If Montana's winter this year gets a little too brutal I might be taking more than one vacation to a sunny destination.

The Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport released its Winter Flight Schedule for 2021 through early 2022. Even though we just crossed into September 2021, we might see some more flights get added to the schedule that could end up being popular destinations.

If you don't know the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is the busiest in all of Montana and from looking at this schedule we can understand why. They have flights to and from all parts of the country and many of them are extremely popular.

The big destinations that you can travel to from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport include Southwest Airlines flights to San Diego, Orange County, and Las Vegas. Then there is JetBlue bringing back their seasonal flights to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Just looking at this list it's incredible to think about the volume of flights that are coming and going from the Bozeman Airport this winter. There are so many airlines that operate out of the Bozeman Airport that all have pretty popular destinations.

I am of the camp that even though I do enjoy the winters here in Montana, a break is definitely needed and maybe I will take a trip down to Phoenix or Las Vegas, especially to see an NHL or NBA game this winter. Plus, getting a little sunshine is always a plus.

For more details, check out the Bozeman Airport.

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