Cut Bank Airport Authority hereby announces its fiscal year 2024-2026 (federal) goal for the Cut Bank International Airport. A race neutral goal of 7.0% for the Cut Bank International Airport for (DBE) airport construction Contracts has been established. The proposed goals and rationale are available for inspection between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday […]
PUBLIC NOTICE The Cut Bank Airport Authority hereby announces its fiscal year 2022-2023 (federal) goal for the Cut Bank Airport. A race neutral goal of 5.39% for the Cut Bank Airport for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) airport construction Contracts has been established. The proposed goals and rationale are available for inspection between 8:00 a.m. and […]
Cut Bank International Airport has upgraded its website to accommodate ever increasing number of pilots using mobile phones to browse mission-critical data for incoming and outgoing flight information. As many of us pilots know, our mobile phones are the key connection to the latest flight information, border crossing, and weather updates, not to mention key […]
For any pilot, visibility is a mission-critical asset. In 2016, the Cut bank Airport successfully implemented a Live camera view to their website resources to allow incoming and outgoing pilots to get an idea of weather conditions, and in Montana, that is a privilege. Click HERE to look at the latest live Cam.
Our Fun Weekend will be held on August 20 through 22 of 2021! The Montana Fun Weekend, held at the Cut Bank Airport each year on the third full weekend in August, continues to draw crowd of vintage car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts. We are pleased to bring back this event for 2021!! Montana Fun […]
Helpful Information for Crossing the Canadian Border Initial Recommendations & Tips Complete any preflight procedures from home, before your flight – when you can take your time Check and complete the Electronic Advance Passenger Information System (EAPIS) and other forms BEFORE you get to the point of entry Some airports don’t have Internet access, and […]
The beginning of the new millennium also brought a unique partnership with the World War II Airmen’s Museum group. They had already established the museum as a not-for-profit entity and then in 2008, after three years of hard work, the entire airport area was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is now […]
Even before World War I, the expansive flat area where the airport is currently located was drawing attention from local “brave souls” who had the nerve to fly early aircraft. After World War I ended in 1918, the appetite for a local airstrip grew as pilots who served overseas in the war returned home to […]