Boise Airport (BOI) is a department of the City of Boise,
and is overseen by a seven member Airport Commission. A
municipally owned entity, BOI operates as a self-supporting
enterprise. No City of Boise general funds are used to operate the
The Boise Airport's mission is to provide a world-class gateway
that connects people with the most livable City
in the country.
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.
The first expansion of the Parking Garage began January 2013.
The $17.3 million Garage Expansion Project, scheduled for
completion prior to the Thanksgiving holiday November 2013, will
add almost 800 covered stalls for travelers at BOI.
Boise Airport has two parallel runways.
North runway (10L/28R): 10,000 ft. long and 150 ft. wide
South runway (10R/28L): 9,763 ft. long and 150 ft. wide
& Requirements (pdf)
Boise Airport: A Year in
Review - 2003 (pdf)
Boise Airport Administration may be reached at (208)
Airlines, concessions, car rental agencies, etc. hire
their own staff. You must contact those agencies individually. If
you are interested in a career in airport police, maintenance,
custodial, operations, or administration, please visit City of Boise Human Resources or call
208-384-3850. For employment with the Transportation Security
Administration, visit TSA.gov.