Tourism growing to record levels in Montana

Between August of last year and August 31, 2015, more than 500,000 passengers took a flight from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. It was the first time that any Montana airport had surpassed half a million boardings in a 12-month span. On the year, statewide boarding numbers are up almost 2 percent.

"In a region that is very dependent on air service, this is something our community can be proud of," said Bozeman airport Director Brian Sprenger.

"We consider that a success. If we can get fewer people to spend more money here, all the better to minimize the impact of tourism," said Daniel Iverson, communications manager for the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development .

By Lewis Kendall Business Journal Editor

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