Billings Logan International Airport is one of two transportation operations within the City of Billings' Aviation and Transit Department.
During 2008, the rapid rise in oil prices and the economic recession negatively affected commercial passenger and general aviation flight activity. This trend was not unique to Billings, as airports and communities of all sizes have faced similar passenger and operational declines.
The Business Plan examines the Airport's current operational and financial condition, and explores the facility and capital needs that will be necessary to ensure the City's Airport operation can meet the air service needs of a growing community, while maintaining the enterprise nature of the operation. A copy of the Airport Business Plan is available for review or download. A copy of the Airport Business Plan - FY2012 Update is also available for review or download.