Big Sky ski resort in Montana has announced the launch date for new nonstop seasonal flights from Dallas on American Airlines.
The flights from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) will start June 2, 2016, and end in October for the summer season, and run December 15, 2016, to April 2017 for the winter.
DFW is American Airlines’ largest hub with connections to over 200 destinations in over 26 countries.
With this expanded seasonal service, American Airlines joins other major carriers like Delta, United, Alaska, Allegiant, and Frontier which already have year round and seasonal flights to BZN. The addition of the Dallas/Fort Worth destination to the line-up means that Bozeman now offers non-stop service to 15 destinations in 13 states scattered across the country.
Big Sky guests can now fly non-stop to Bozeman, Montana, from Seattle/Tacoma, Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Chicago, Atlanta, Newark Liberty, and New York’s La Guardia. Some flights are offered year round.