DOING BUSINESS WITH THE AIRPORT
For those with an eye towards the sky and the future, there are exceptional business opportunities at GPIA. The airport offers advertising space in the terminal, ground leases and prime non-aeronautical real estate development opportunities.
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS/REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
From time to time GPIA/FMAA solicits various services both in the terminal and on the airport grounds. Website visitors may check offerings at any time.
Glacier Park International Airport offers businesses an exceptional forum to showcase goods and services. “In addition to generous advertising space on the west wall in the baggage claim area, there are tasteful, three-dimensional glass display cases. Advertising placement is also available on the baggage carousel. All displays are enhanced by lighting or back lighting. Displays offer advertisers not only excellent general marketing, but an unparalleled opportunity to reach first-time visitors, with hundreds of thousands of impressions every year.
Advertising space is available in 3 and 12 month contracts, and rates vary depending on placement. Interested parties may inquire with the airport’s administrative offices (406) 257-5994.
For the aviation enthusiast, leases are available for both hangars and hangar parcels. Lease options and terms vary. Interested parties may inquire further at GPIA’s administrative offices.
Thank you for your interest in providing ground transportation at Glacier Park International Airport. To operate a vehicle at Glacier Park International Airport, your establishment must first enter into an agreement with the Flathead Municipal Airport Authority.
If you wish to operate a commercial vehicle on GPIA property, please choose the appropriate Operating Access Agreement below and return it along with your current Certificate of Liability Insurance to the airport administration office. Taxis/Limousines must also submit current Montana Public Service Commission Registration Receipt. Once approved, you will be issued permits to display in each of your vehicles.
For more information, please contact the GPIA administrative offices at (406) 257-5994.
Ground Transportation Operating Access Agreement – Taxi/Limousine (Effective January 01, 2021)
Ground Transportation Operating Access Agreement – Courtesy Vehicle (Effective January 01, 2021)
Ground Transportation Operating Access Agreement – Single Use Permit *Required for vehicles with more than 35 seats (Effective January 01, 2019)
Effective July 1, 2021, TURO peer-to-peer car sharing operations are authorized at Glacier Park International Airport as follows:
- ALL vehicle handoffs are to be completed face-to-face and ONLY at the designated curb area. TURO transactions MAY NOT be conducted at any other location on airport property.
- Vehicles MAY NOT be stored anywhere on airport property for Guest pick-up (including public parking areas).
- Vehicles MAY be returned by Guests to the paid parking lot. Vehicles returned to the paid parking lot must be picked up within four hours and are subject to the normal parking fees upon exit.
As the Flathead Valley continues to grow, GPIA offers prime real leasing options. Property fronting U.S. Highway 2 is not only convenient to the airport but central to area hubs. The location is excellent for retail, restaurants, and hotels; similarly, it is an optimum location for light industrial use, manufacturing, research and development, and businesses related to the aviation industry.
For information on current availability, check with the GPIA administrative offices at (406) 257-5994.
Glacier Park International Airport (GPI) has established an Airport Concessionaire Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 23. For Fiscal Year 2020-2022, Glacier Park International Airport has established an overall goal of 0.04% (non-car rental concession) and 0.33% (car rental concession). The Airport estimates it will meet this goal entirely through race neutral means. The proposed ACDBE goal and its rationale will be available for review for 30 days following this notice during normal business hours at Glacier Park International Airport, 4170 Highway 2 East, Kalispell, Montana 59901.
Comments on the ACDBE goal will be accepted for 30 days from the date of this publication and can be sent to the following:
Deputy Airport Director
Glacier Park International Airport
4170 Highway 2 East
Kalispell, Montana 59901
Glacier Park International Airport and the FAA Civil Rights Office will accept comments on the proposed ACDBE goal and its rationale for 45 days following the date of this notice. Written comments should be sent to Glacier Park International Airport at the address listed above or to:
Office of Civil Rights – ACR-4
Federal Aviation Administration
15000 Aviation Blvs., Room 3025
Lawndale, CA 90261