Traffic Continues To Decline At North Dakota’s Airports

The number of airport passengers continues to decline at North Dakota’s commercial airports.

Data from state agencies show that boardings in March were down over 11 percent from the previous year.

Airports in the slumping oil patch had the biggest decline in March with a 37 percent drop for Williston and a decline of more than 66 percent for Dickinson.

The Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot airports also saw boardings decrease.