Branson Airport

Branson Airport, which opened in May of 2009, was the first privately developed and operated commercial service airport in the United States. Branson Airport (BKG) offers one-stop service to over 100 destinations.

AirTrain (a subsidiary of Southwest Airlines) offers nonstop daily service to Atlanta, Chicago and Houston. On Saturday, AirTran offers nonstop service to Orlando and Baltimore/Washington. Beginning in March of 2013, AirTrain will stop flying out of Branson but Southwest Airlines will pick up their services.

Frontier Airlines offers nonstop service to Denver Daily.

Branson AirExpress (a scheduled charter service based out of Branson) has nonstop service to Austin, Milwaukee and Nashville.

Driving Directions to Branson Airport:

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Branson Airport Map and Directions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traveling South
From Highway 65 South, turn left/east approximately 1 mile south of the Hollister exchange into the Communities at Branson Creek and follow Branson Creek Boulevard about 2.5 miles until it turns into Branson Airport Boulevard. Continue another 2 miles to Branson Airport.

Traveling North
From Highway 65 North, turn right/east approximately 4 miles north of the Highway 86 intersection into the Communities at Branson Creek and follow Branson Creek Boulevard about 2.5 miles until it turns into Branson Airport Boulevard. Continue another 2 miles to Branson Airport.


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