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North Dakota Airline Passenger Boardings up 10% in February

The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission (NDAC) has released the monthly report that provides information relating to the airline passenger traffic at the eight commercial service airports within the state. Commercial airline boarding numbers for February 2024 reached 97,124 passengers, which represents a growth of 8,972 boardings or a 10% increase from February of 2023.

Posted 3/26/24 (Tue) read more »

Pilots Complete "Fly North Dakota Airports" Passport Program

Multiple pilots were recently presented with awards for participating in the “Fly North Dakota Airports” Passport Program.This program began in North Dakota in 2011 and it rewards pilots who fly to North Dakota’s publicly owned airports, attend FAA safety seminars, and visit North Dakota’s aviation museums. This program promotes safety, continuing education, and encourages pilots to practice approaches and landings in many different environments. This program also offers an opportunity to promote and support North Dakota’s airports and their community businesses and tourism opportunities.

Posted 3/12/24 (Tue) read more »

North Dakota Announces 2023 Airport of the Year Awards

The Devils Lake Regional Airport has been recognized as North Dakota’s “2023 Commercial Service Airport of the Year.” and the Ashley Municipal Airport has been recognized as the "2023 General Aviation Airport of the Year" Airports receive this award for excellence in community outreach, facility management, construction/beautification projects, and the participation and hosting of special events. This award is sponsored annually by the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission in partnership with the Airport Association of North Dakota.

Posted 3/11/24 (Mon) read more »

March is Aviation Month

Governor Burgum has declared March 2024, Aviation Month in North Dakota! Read the proclamation to learn how our airports and aviation industry are critical to North Dakota's economy and standard of living.

Posted 3/01/24 (Fri) read more »