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With two international airports—Missoula (MSO) and Glacier Park (FCA)—train service (Amtrak's Empire Builder), car rentalsbuses and a well-maintained highway system, it’s not complicated to say “I do” in Montana, no matter the setting.

Whether you or your guests are arriving by plane, train or automobile, it’s easy as pie—huckleberry pie—and it's also simple to map your adventures throughout Western Montana once you’ve arrived. Interstate 90 runs east and west anchoring the region, and U.S. Highway 93 runs north and south. If you need to get off the beaten path and take a two-lane highway or a backcountry gravel road to your wedding venue, that’s no problem; see our WEDDING SHUTTLES + TRANSPORTATION page. And if you or your guests want to explore the region’s stunning landscapes and charming small towns—that’s easy, too.

Flights into Glacier Country Montana.

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Glacier Park International Airport in Western Montana.

Glacier Park International Airport

4170 Highway 2 E.
Kalispell, Montana 59901

406.257.5994

Missoula International Airport in Western Montana.

Missoula International Airport

5225 U.S. Highway 10 W.
Missoula, Montana 59808

406.728.4381

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Debbie Picard

Contact Debbie Picard
Tourism Sales Manager

Email Debbie
Phone: 406.532.3234
Toll Free: 800.956.6537

News from Glacier National Park Currently, 15.5 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.

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