Part of Bozeman’s growing popularity can be attributed to an increase in direct flights offered into Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN), located just 10 miles from downtown. As far as killing time goes, waiting for a cab in the Bozeman airport is about as good as it gets, with its cozy ski-lodge vibe and roaring fireplace.

BZN now offers non-stop service from 14 destinations and is serviced by Allegiant Air, American, Delta, Frontier, United and Alaska Airlines. Retrieve your skis from baggage claim and you’ll find a variety of transportation options await you curbside. 

Rental Car: On-site rental car options adjacent to baggage claim include: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Dollar, Hertz, Thrifty and National Car Rental.

Shuttle to Big Sky & Taxi: Just as the name implies, Shuttle to Big Sky & Taxi offers private Van and SUV services for individuals or families in the Big Sky and West Yellowstone areas.

Skyline: Skyline is a year-round public bus service providing transportation between Big Sky and Bozeman.

Big Sky Shuttle Inc.: Big Sky Shuttle provides transportation to all points in Montana, offering private chauffeurs and luxury vehicles.

Greater Valley Taxi: For transportation throughout the Gallatin Valley, contact this taxi service using the courtesy phone next to baggage claim.

Karst Stage: Karst Stage is the only shuttle service located within the airport, and operates year-round transport via chartered van and mini-bus to Big Sky and West Yellowstone.

Classic Limo: Stretch out after your flight into Bozeman with Classic Limo, a private service offering transportation to and from BZN. 

Note: Bridger Bowl can be accessed by bus from MSU and the Gallatin County Fairgrounds on weekends, however, renting a car allows for the most flexibility when traveling to and from the resort.