Fast Facts


Three airlines and their affiliates serve the Minot International Airport (MOT): 

  • Allegiant Air
  • Delta Air Lines
  • United Airlines
Airport at Daybreak

Increased Flyers

Because of the recent oil boom in western North Dakota, passenger numbers at the Minot International Airport have increased significantly in the last decade. In 2017, the airport served more than 298,600 passengers.


There are two runways at MOT. Runway 13 / 31 is the primary runway with ILS approach capabilities. It is 150 feet wide and 7,700 feet long. Runway 8/26 is a crosswind runway being 100 feet wide and 6,351 feet long.

Commercial Terminal

The Minot International Airport moved into the new commercial terminal in February 2016. With approximately 125,000 square feet, it is the newest and largest terminal building in the state of North Dakota. There are more than 1,400 parking spaces available, with plug-ins available in the long term lot.


With airport growth and activity, new and updated projects are continuously in the works to improve your travel experience. Some of our amenities include:

  • Entertainment Options for Children and Families
  • Full-Service Bar and Restaurant
  • Mot Offers Free Wireless Internet Access Provided by SRT
  • Power Bars and a Surplus of in-Seat Charging Stations


The airport is conveniently located 2 miles to the North of downtown Minot.

Minot Air Force Base

Minot Air Force Base is located 10 miles north of the airport and is the home of two major wings, the 5th Bomb Wing, and 91st Missile Wing.