Find cheap flights to Yellowstone National Park

Find cheap flights to Yellowstone National Park

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Yellowstone National Park

  • High season is considered to be January, February and December. The cheapest month to fly to Yellowstone National Park is January.
  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Yellowstone National Park flight deals.
  • There are several international airports to choose from when booking a flight to Yellowstone National Park. Consider Casper/National County International Airport (CPR), Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), or Billings Logan International Airport (BIL). These will require long drives to reach the park, but they will be less expensive than flying directly to the regional airport located outside the park.
  • Consider flying to one of the international airports, then booking a domestic flight to a regional airport near Yellowstone National Park. These regional airports include Yellowstone Regional Airport (COD), Jackson Hole Airport (JAC), and Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA).
  • Jackson Hole Airport is the most frequented airport for visitors wanting to experience the park. This makes it the busiest but still one of the cheapest options for booking a flight to Yellowstone National Park. Booking a flight to Jackson, WY, is the most direct and fastest way to start your adventure at Yellowstone National Park. Flights arriving and departing from here are much more frequent than flights to Casper/National County International Airport.
  • The airport closest to Yellowstone National Park is West Yellowstone Airport (WYS), located in Montana. Arriving here gives you a birds-eye view of the park before landing. A trip in a rental car is about 35 mi from a park entrance.
  • Booking a flight to a major hub, such as Salt Lake City, is cheaper than a nonstop flight to West Yellowstone. Consider looking at booking flights to this or other major hubs instead of flying straight to West Yellowstone Airport.

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COVID-19 information

Safety measures for airlines flying to Yellowstone National Park

Airlines flying to Yellowstone National Park have enacted additional safety measures and adjusted policies to better accommodate travelers. Policies vary by airline.

Heightened sanitation

Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights to Yellowstone National Park

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