The Boise Airport, a department of the City of Boise, is the primary commercial service airport in southwestern Idaho with a service area that extends well into eastern Oregon and experienced over 4 million passengers in 2019. Boise is a relatively geographically isolated market, making the airport’s success vital to the Treasure Valley’s economy. The airport plays a key role in the success of tourism, business and economic development throughout southern Idaho.
The Boise Airport offers robust air service, with nonstop service to 7 of the 10 largest airports in the nation. When compared to its peers, BOI ranks well in available seats per capita and lower average airfare. The airport enjoys a vibrant general aviation industry with both corporate and recreational based aircraft. The airport is also home to the Idaho Air and Army National Guard, as well as the National Interagency Fire Center.
The airport is an enterprise fund, solely supported through revenues generated by airport fees and charges as well as federal grant funding. No local taxpayer dollars are used to support the airport.
The Boise Airport understands that community collaboration is an important ingredient for successful economies, thriving tourism, and a vibrant region. When we give back to our community, we make it stronger, and enhance its livability.
Together Treasure Valley has allowed businesses and community leaders to collaborate on projects that will enhance the lives of all citizens, including our most vulnerable populations. We look forward to another year with Together Treasure Valley and making a difference for all residents and visitors.