Fly into Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) and explore a part of the country Lewis and Clark once passed through when you book flights to Kalispell, Montana. Founded by Charles Edward Conrad in 1891, the “Gateway to Glacier National Park” is a unique community in the northern Flathead valleys, and you’ll be left breathless by the scale of its natural beauty. Kalispell flights run daily from select airports around the country, so hop on a plane and come explore this rugged country.
Transportation From FCA
FCA is 6 miles from the city center of Kalispell and about 24 miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park. You’ll be snapping pictures of grizzly bears and snagging trout from the streams in no time, while whistling a jaunty tune. Before all that business, you’ll need to get your ride in order. The airport offers several convenient modes of transportation: rental car companies located in the terminal next to the ticket counters and curb-side taxi services that will drop you at any of the hotels close to Glacier National Park. Maybe you’d like something more luxurious; if so, there’s a limousine service ready to cater all of your transportation needs. However you get around, be sure to check out Wild Horse Island State Park to see some fascinating wildlife, then head back into town for a locally brewed beer.
Enter “The Gateway”
Whether you want to see Kalispell as a winter wonderland and hit the slopes, or a summer haven and bike the trails, Travelocity has you covered on the best airfare for cheap flights to Kalispell. With a wide selection of options on airlines and flight times, you can easily book a trip that perfectly suits your schedule. Don’t wait. Book now and let the best of the American West absorb you.