Though commercial flights are an important facet of Glacier Park International Airport, general aviation is a welcome and important class of user at GPIA. General aviation service providers include: Glacier Jet Center, Rocky Mountain Aviation, and U.S. Customs.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection was established at Glacier Park International Airport in 1971 and provides a U. S. Port of Entry for private aircraft. In addition to general security and border protection, U.S. Customs provides vital services to pilots and visitors, including clearance for international travel, inspection of cargo and aircraft, collection of duties and checkpoint for inbound travelers. GPIA’s port office is housed separately on the GPIA premises and located near the Glacier Jet Center. For hours of operation and specific information, please visit Homeland Security.
The Control Tower is central to all aeronautical activity at Glacier Park International Airport. The Tower provides Class D airspace and air traffic control services during its hours of operation, 8 a.m. to midnight daily. Radio frequencies are as follows:
Ground Control: 121.6
Salt Lake Center RCO: 133.4