How Many Airports are There in North Dakota?
North Dakota airports are passenger-friendly and can ensure convenient flights. There are 173 public and 89 private ones. Currently, eight of the state’s small hub and non-hub airports offer daily scheduled flights.
The state possesses five international airports. However, they don’t receive international flights but feature custom services at their terminals. The biggest of them is Hector International Airport (FAR), having around 429 thousand passengers per year. Its on-time arrival performance is 81.39%, and on-time departure performance is 83.95% which is better than the average in the U.S. (81.56%). The two other major airports in North Dakota are Bismarck Municipal Airport (BIS) and Minot International Airport (MOT). Together, they handle the majority of air traffic in the state.
The smallest airport of the state is Devils Lake Regional Airport (DVL), having less than 7 thousand passengers per year.
All North Dakota airports welcome around one million passengers every year, contributing 0.12% to the total air traffic of the country.