North Dakota’s eight commercial service airports during the month of May posted a total of 13,474 passengers boardings. Due to impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, these numbers amount to a statewide decline of 86% of the normal passenger volume that the airports were previously expected to see during this month.
Posted 6/15/20 (Mon) read more »
On June 11th, 2020, the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission finalized approximately $9.7 million in state infrastructure grant allocations to multiple public airports throughout North Dakota. The individual awards are noted on the attached listings which show 141 individual projects have received grant awards at 55 different public-use airports throughout the state.
Posted 6/11/20 (Thu) read more »
Beginning June 1st, the physical North Dakota Aeronautics Commission office is open for public visitors. Certain staff members may still be teleworking from home in the near future and it is recommended to call prior to coming into the office to ensure that the individual that you would like to meet with is in the office. Please note that visitors may also be subject to COVID-19 screening procedures.
Posted 6/01/20 (Mon) read more »
North Dakota’s eight commercial service airports are currently experiencing a dramatic decline in passenger numbers despite posting a 12% year to date growth through the first two months of the year. The airports recently posted the highest passenger numbers on record for the month of February and the overall trend was pointing towards the potential of a record-breaking year in statewide passenger boardings.
Posted 4/09/20 (Thu) read more »