The City/County Joint Airport Board in Livingston, Park County, Montana was first organized in 1960 as a municipal airport available for private pilots and small planes. A Joint Resolution between the City Commission of Livingston and the Park County Commissioners established a 5-member Board to operate and control the airports at Mission Field (located Southeast of Livingston), Wilsall, and Gardiner, Montana. All airports are publicly supported in many different ways. Today, Mission Field is home to several small- to intermediate-sized aircraft whose owners rent hangars from the Airport Board. There is also a ground lease rental program upon which individuals may construct their own hangars to fit their needs. Rentals and ground leases are also available at the Gardiner airport. The Wilsall airport is used primarily for farm/ranch industries. Wilsall is also home of the largest model airplane fly-in in Montana!
Located approximately 5 miles north of Yellowstone National Park on US Highway 89. This field is the only year-round airport located near the only year-round entrance to Yellowstone Park
Located 4 miles NW of Wilsall. This is a publicly-owned, unattended airport that serves Wilsall and nearby communities. Generally averages 50 aircraft operations per month.
AIRPORT BOARD INFORMATION
|CITY/COUNTY JOINT AIRPORT BOARD MEETINGS|
|DEC 2016||No Meeting
- Kerry LaDuke, (Term ends: 6/17)
- Don Wilson, Vice Chair (Term ends: 12/17)
- Ray Sundling, Chairman (Term ends: 12/17)
- Hunter Michelbrink (Term ends: 12/20)
- Noreen Burg, Secretary
- Russ Ferguson, Livingston Airport Mgr
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