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Governor Burgum Declares March 2022 - Aviation Month

Gov. Burgum has declared March 2022 as "Aviation Month in North Dakota." Our airports and aviation industry provide the state with tremendous amounts of benefits and opportunities. We are proud to join our Governor in celebrating Aviation.

Posted 3/01/22 (Tue) read more »

North Dakota posts 73,000 Airline Passengers to Start the New Year

North Dakota’s eight commercial service airports posted a total of 73,117 airline passenger boardings during the month of January, 2022. This is a 73% increase from the 42,238 boardings that the state experienced in January, 2021.

Posted 2/18/22 (Fri) read more »

Leo Jostad to be inducted into North Dakota’s Aviation Hall of Fame

The North Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame committee announces that Leo Jostad has been selected for induction into the state’s Aviation Hall of Fame. Leo will join the prestigious aviation hall of fame group that currently includes 46 other individuals who have all had a significant impact to the growth, development, and promotion of aviation in North Dakota. For more information on the North Dakota Aviation Hall of Fame, visit

Posted 1/27/22 (Thu) read more »

North Dakota Airline Passenger Demand Showcases Remarkable Recovery in 2021

North Dakota’s commercial service airports finished calendar year 2021 with a statewide total of 886,809 airline passenger boardings. This is an increase of 314,716 passengers or a 55% increase from 2020. All eight commercial service airports were able to provide services to more passengers in 2021 than they did in the previous calendar year. In 2021, the airports also tallied 887,914 passenger deplanements for a grand total of 1,774,723 passengers (enplanements and deplanements) that traveled through the commercial service terminal buildings of North Dakota over the past year.

Posted 1/21/22 (Fri) read more »