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getting to gnp

New York City, New...
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getting to gnp

is there away to fly non stop to gnp or to a city near gnp within a few hours drive??


Whitefish, Montana
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1. Re: getting to gnp

Glacier Park International Airport is the nearest airport to GNP.

this link shows were the direct flights come from into GPI


Thanks for the question I think I will add this link to my web site. Lots more direct flights then there used to be!

Montanan slow hiker


Edited: 19 January 2013, 18:59
Woodbury, Minnesota
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2. Re: getting to gnp

You could also try Great Falls MT

Mahtomedi, Minnesota
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3. Re: getting to gnp

Are you asking if there are non stop flights from NY City to Kalispell? If so, the answer is no. You will have to make connecting flights in Salt Lake, Minneapolis, Chicago, or Atlanta. Neither are there direct flights from NY to Great Falls. Try Missoula (2.5 hours) or Spokane(6 hours) I am one of the lucky ones who can fly direct from Minneapolis.

Edited: 25 January 2013, 23:03
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4. Re: getting to gnp

We've flown from the east coast to Spokane and it is only about a 5 hour drive. It is very scenic up by Flathead lake and Polson.

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5. Re: getting to gnp

Spokane is 4.5 hours plus stops for driving and airport is 5 minutes to the freeway. Other airports closer but likely more expensive.

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