Landing at the jet charter airport at Bismarck Municipal, North Dakota, is an excellent way to do business in the Peace Garden State.
The airport has been remodeled and expanded several times since the original terminal was opened in 1963. The current facility was opened in 2005 to meet the growing demand. By 2016, Bismarck Municipal had seven consecutive years of record-breaking passenger boardings. The FAA estimate for 2020 is 303,000 boardings.
The airport has two runways. One is 8,794 feet, ideal for any size private charter jet, right up to the Heavy Jet size category. The shorter runway is 6,600 feet, well within the runway needs for super-midsize charter jets and smaller.
Two private FBO terminals offer exceptional private jet amenities, including rapid refueling, maintenance hangars and de-icing services. Passengers will appreciate the comfortable FBO lounges, meeting rooms and concierge service.
Bismarck is a welcoming state capital with a population of 74,000 in 2020. As a capital city, the state government is the city’s largest employer, followed by health-care facilities, educational campuses, and a variety of manufacturing, retail and insurance companies.
Outdoor enthusiasts love Bismarck’s extensive walking and cycling trails, five local golf courses, and year-round fishing from the public docks on the Missouri River. History buffs will discover Bismarck’s connection to the Lakota Native Americans, the Lewis & Clark expedition, and the Black Hills Gold Rush.