Air travel report highlights Montana airports
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A new Air Travel Consumer Report highlights Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport as the state’s most popular airport.

The study breaks down the highs and lows of airports and airlines around the United States. Of the Montana airports, Bozeman Yellowstone International topped the list for number of flights in and out.

While Bozeman Yellowstone International had the most flights, it also had the lowest on-time percentage for arrivals and departures in all of Montana, but travelers still said it’s their first choice.

“It’s easy in, easy out, friendly, courtesy people,” said frequent flyer Joel Menuez.

Firsttime Bozeman visitor Adam White said he’s experienced many airline problems in the past, but not with his trip to Bozeman.

“Calm and soft and less of the hustle and bustle of a big city,” said White.

Another first-time visitor agreed. “The airport itself is very not confusing and very easy to navigate,” said Taylor Lees.

Others said the airport exceeded their expectations.

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Rediscovering The Wonder Of Air Travel
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Flying has become commonplace, but the new documentary “Living in the Age of Airplanes” aims to reacquaint us with the magic of air travel. (airplanesmovie/Instagram)

Riding in an airplane has become a commonplace occurrence: every day, some 100,000 flights take off and land around the world. But a new National Geographic giant screen film seeks to reacquaint viewers with the magic of air travel.

“Living in the Age of Airplanes” shows how dependent we are on airplanes to bring us things from around the world and to take us places that for centuries would have been inaccessible.

As producer-director Brian J. Terwilliger told Jeremy Hobson, through air travel, we’re doing things that explorers 100 years ago died trying to do, and that when looking out a plane window “you can see more in a single glance than most people saw in a lifetime.”

The film is narrated by actor Harrison Ford, who Terwilliger sai…………… continues on WBUR

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