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Cheap Flights to North Dakota

North Dakota is one of the least populated states in the U.S. It is also one of the most naturally beautiful states, being home to the "Badlands" and the scenic Devil's Lake. Every year, millions of outdoor enthusiasts visit North Dakota to fish, hunt, hike, and explore the state's rugged natural landscape. finding cheap flights to North Dakota is easy with Skyscanner's flight search. Simply enter your departure city and travel date into the search field, and we'll do the rest. If you haven't yet decided on a travel date, try comparing air ticket prices across a range of dates using the Whole Month search feature can help you compare air ticket prices across an entire month.

Airlines That Fly to North Dakota

There are no airlines that service direct flights from Canada to North Dakota. Connecting air service is offered by American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and several other major carriers. More information about airlines that fly to North Dakota can be found here.

Best Time to Fly to North Dakota

North Dakota's peak tourist season runs from June to August, when the weather is ideal for enjoying outdoor recreation. This is also the time of year when flights and accommodations are at their most expensive. Budget-minded travellers will find good deals on airfare and hotels during the spring and fall months (March through May and September to November), when there are fewer tourists and the weather is still pleasant enough to enjoy some outdoor sightseeing activities. If your travel date is already set, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you monitor air ticket prices so that you can book the cheapest possible flight to North Dakota.

Airports in North Dakota

There are six airports in North Dakota that handle regular scheduled passenger flights. The three busiest air facilities, in terms of passenger numbers, are Grand Forks International Airport, Hector International Airport, and Minot International Airport.

Hector International Airport (FAR) is North Dakota's busiest airport. It is located around 5 kilometres to the northwest of the city of Fargo. The airport is connected to the city centre by local taxi services, Amtrak trains (Fargo Station), scheduled bus services, and several well-known car rental agencies.

Grand Forks International Airport (GFK) is situated approximately 8 kilometres northwest of central Grand Forks. The facility services flights for just two carriers: Allegiant air and Delta Connection. Ground transportation options at Grand Forks International Airport include hotel shuttles, taxis, and rental cars.

Minot International Airport (MOT) is located approximately 3 kilometres north of the city of Minot. The airport receives flights for just three carriers: Allegiant Air, Delta Connection, and United Express. Ground transportation links to the city centre are available at the curbside outside of the Arrivals exit and include city buses operated by Minot City Transit, limos, taxis, and shuttles. Car rentals at Minot International Airport are provided by Hertz, National, and several other well-known agencies.

What to See and Do in North Dakota

A good place to start your tour of North Dakota is in the state's capital city, Bismarck. Here, you'll find a number of notable tourist attractions, such as the North Dakota State Capitol building, the All Veterans Centennial Memorial, and the North Dakota Heritage Center. Other popular stops to add to your itinerary are Theodore Roosevelt National Park, which lies on the western side of the state and is home to bison, elk, and prairie dogs; Fargo Air Museum, which houses an extensive collection of new and vintage aircraft (some still operational); and the Dakota Dinosaur Museum, which features full-scale dinosaur skeletons and fossils.

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