The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission finalized approximately $5 million in state infrastructure grant allocations to multiple public airports throughout North Dakota. The awards are noted on the attached listings which show 102 individual projects have received grant awards at 53 different public-use airports throughout the state.
Posted 6/11/21 (Fri) read more »
One year after COVID-19 concerns caused the largest monthly decline in airline passenger demand in history, North Dakota’s airports continue their work to recover from the impacts of the pandemic. The state’s eight commercial service airports posted a total of 62,163 airline passenger boardings during the recent month of April. This is a significant increase from the 4,964 passengers experienced during April of 2020 when the aviation industry experienced an astounding 95% decline in passengers due to the initial COVID-19 mitigations being put into place.
Posted 5/13/21 (Thu) read more »
During a month that marks one year since the COVID-19 pandemic started to severely impact air travel; North Dakota’s eight commercial service airports posted a total of 72,504 airline passenger boardings. This is an increase of almost 22,000 passengers from the previous month of February as Spring travel in North Dakota begins to take off.
Posted 4/15/21 (Thu) read more »
The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission, in partnership with the Airport Association of North Dakota, is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Airport of the Year Awards. • 2020 Commercial Service Airport of the Year: Fargo’s Hector International Airport • 2020 General Aviation Airport of the Year: Hettinger’s JB Lindquist Regional Airport The awards were announced on Tuesday, March 9th as part of the annual FLY-ND Conference which was held virtually this year. Please see the attached press releases for full details regarding each airport’s remarkable accomplishments.
Posted 3/11/21 (Thu) read more »