Boise Airport (BOI) is a division of
the City of Boise Department of Aviation and Public Transportation,
and is overseen by a seven member Airport Commission. Although
a municipally owned entity, BOI operates as a self-supporting
enterprise. No City of Boise general funds are used to operate the
BOI is served by 6
major airlines which offer daily service to 16 non-stop
cities. In 2012, more than 2.7 million passengers traveled through
In June 2003, BOI opened its new
terminal expansion. The terminal expansion included two phases.
Phase I consisted of a new elevated roadway system, ticket lobby,
baggage claim, food & beverage concessions, news & gifts
concessions, and conference center. Phase II included a new
security checkpoint, food court, Concourse C, and expanded
concessions. While Concourse B is from the original terminal
facility, it was renovated in 2005.
In tandem with the Idaho
Transportation Department's upgrading of I-84 and the nearby
overpasses, BOI began expansion of the Economy Parking Lot off
Victory and Orchard in May 2009. The 2-year ITD project allowed the
airport to add 715 new parking stalls, restroom facilities,
and relocate the exit to a signal-controlled cross street.
Expansion was completed at the end of 2009.
The Boise Airport Entryway Sign
project began the end of June 2011 and completed the end of October
2011. Grass and imported plants were replaced with local stone
and native plants to both conserve water and more appropriately
reflect our southern Idaho high desert landscape.
Rental Car Canopies, designed to
protect rental passengers and vehicles from the
elements, is nearing completion in October 2012. This $2.28
million project was funded through Rental Car Customer
Projects recently completed include
rehabilitation of 10R/28L, the south runway, and an Airfield
Lighting Control System for the new Air Traffic Control Tower. The
expansion of the parking garage is scheduled for completion mid