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Daily year-round flights to Billings, MT from northeastern Montana.

Billings is the largest city in Montana, situated in the south-central part of state along the Yellowstone River. Billings is the medical, transportation and retail hub for the region. Trailheads line the north side of the city along the rimrocks, making Billings a trail runner’s haven. Billings is home to Montana State University-Billings and Rocky Mountain College. With daily year-round flights to Billings, getting there has never been more affordable, or fun.

Easiest way to get to Billings.

Billings Logan International Airport, located at 1901 Terminal Circle, is located two miles northwest of downtown Billings, in Yellowstone County, Montana. Travelling to Billings for a medical appointment? The airport sits directly above the hospital corridor providing Cape Air passengers with immediate access to both Billings Clinic and St. Vincent Healthcare. Ground transportation is a breeze when you land in Billings. Utilize the MET Transit bus system, which makes frequent stops at the airport to your favorite Billings destination, including a direct stop to the hospital corridor. Download the MET Bus Tracker and track your ride! Billings is also equipped with Uber, Lyft and local taxi services.

Planning your perfect Billings vacation:

  • Get wild at Zoo Montana all year long. Get up close and personal and enjoy seeing animals in their natural habitats. The Zoo also plays host to numerous family-fun events throughout the year. Be sure to check out the Zoo website for current events.
  • It’s called the trailed for a reason. Billings has miles upon miles of trails located in and around the city, Yellowstone River and the rimrocks. Get out and explore on foot or by bike!
  • Grab a friend or maybe even a guide and hit the rivers. The Yellowstone and Bighorn Rivers draw anglers from around the globe to their streams near Billings. As they say, a bad day on the river is better than a good day in the office. Need a guide? Yellowstone Valley Outfitters can help.
  • Quench your thirst at one, or a few of the downtown breweries. Billings is home to Montana’s only Walking Brewery Tour. Click here for a map of the Walking Brewery District
  • Shoppers flock to Billings for the latest fashion trends and outdoor gear. A trip to Billings wouldn’t be complete without a stop at Scheels, play games, grab a bite, ride the Ferris wheel and shop! Additional shops are located in Shiloh Crossing next to Scheels, downtown and in the Rimrock Mall.
  • Brush up on your history and visit some famous historical sights: Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Pompey’s Pillar, The Pictograph Cave, Chief Plenty Coups State Park, the Yellowstone River and Red Lodge Mountain

Best Time to Visit Billings:

Billings is a great city to visit year-round depending on your interests. Summer is a beautiful time to enjoy all that Billings has to offer. The climate is arid and warm and the city is bustling. Escape to the nearby mountains to explore, hike and camp. Plan your winter vacation and enjoy skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling. Fall is hunting season, with an abundance of public lands, while spring is the perfect time and weather for anglers.

Weather in Billings

Saturday sky is clear
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Sunday few clouds
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Monday overcast clouds
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Tuesday sky is clear
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Wednesday overcast clouds
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Thursday sky is clear
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Friday scattered clouds
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