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The information on COVID restrictions and traveling changes frequently and due to this we highly suggest you contact the airlines directly for confirmation of what you will or won't need for travel. Airline contact information is provided below. Additional local COVID-19 resources (vaccines and testing) can be found at this link.
Destination and Travel Restrictions Map | Delta Air Lines
Travel Restrictions Map | United Airlines
Travel Alerts | Allegiant Air
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COVID testing is not available in the terminal.
For information on local COVID testing please go to the following link.Or contact the First District Health Unit of Minot at the phone number, address, or link below:
COVID Guidelines can be found on the CDC's website:
Guidance for COVID-19 | CDC
Passengers are encouraged to arrive at the airport at least two hours prior to their flight time departure. If you are traveling to an international destination, passengers should arrive at least three hours prior to their scheduled flight departure time. Remember that the international border might take some time to travel through.
You must present government issued photo identification. Visit TSA's Identification website for specific details. It is recommended that you contact your airline for their specific identification-related requirements.
The City of Minot owns and operates the Minot International Airport. Please see the City's employment website for any possible airport positions. The airport's tenants (airlines, car rentals agencies, restaurant, TSA, and FBOs) should be contacted directly regarding open positions.
The REAL ID Act establishes minimum security standards for license issuance and production and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for certain purposes driver’s licenses and identification cards from states not meeting the Act’s minimum standards. The purposes covered by the Act are: accessing Federal facilities, entering nuclear power plants, and, boarding federally regulated commercial aircraft.
For updated information, please visit the Department of Homeland Security website.
The airport operates 365 day per year. The terminal building is opened two hours prior to the first departure of the day, closing at 1 a.m. daily. For security purposes, passengers will be asked to leave the terminal and will not be permitted re-entry until the building is opened for the first departure. Exceptions will be made, as needed, to accommodate flight delays and diversions.
The Trestle Tap House, located post-security on the second floor, serves a full menu, including breakfasts, and a full bar both in the post-security restaurant and at its pre-security tables on the mezzanine.
Yes, please visit our Ground Transportation page for an updated listing of hotels in the area with shuttle service to and from the airport. We recommend contacting the hotel in advance before making your room reservation to reconfirm shuttle service availability.
No. The airlines do not permit passengers to check their baggage in until the day of their flight.
There is not an airport shuttle service servicing the region.
There are some local hotels that offer complimentary shuttle service to their guests. Please contact your hotel to arrange these services.