Boise Airport serves as a gateway for
Idaho's back country. Fixed Base Operators and U.S. Customs
and Border Protection are on site to provide a wide range of
services for all levels of general aviation.
Airport owned T-hangars and shade hangars are available for
rent, but there is a waiting list for tenants. For T-hangars locations or information, fees, and forms to be added to the
list, click here or call
Security Idenitifcation Display Areas
In a continuing effort to protect the airline industry and the
traveling public against terrorist attacks, the Transportation
Security Administration has ordered that Security Identification
Display Areas (SIDA) be established on airports where cargo is
being handled and loaded on aircraft. To comply with this
regulation the airport, in conjunction with the TSA, has
three new SIDA areas where FedEx (B), UPS and Western Air Express operate.
Access to these areas is restricted to SIDA badge holders.
Warnings have been painted on the ground to stay clear of the areas
unless you are properly badged. If you enter one of these SIDA
areas you can expect to be challenged and issued a Notice of
Violation (NOV) if you do not have a valid SIDA badge.
We realize these new restrictions will create an inconvenience
for some General Aviation operators but ask for your cooperation in
staying clear of these new restricted areas.
Traffic Control Non-precision Instrument Procedure
Aviation Communications Plan
Customs and Border Protection
4655 South Enterprise St
Boise, ID 83705
Phone: 208-334-9062, M-F 8:00a-4.30p
Boise Airport is a landing rights airport. Prior to landing
at a landing rights airport, permission must be obtained by
speaking directly to a CBP Officer. Pilots are required to provide
at least 3 hours advanced notice of their arrival to a CBP Officer.
After hours and weekends by appointment only. Weekend requests are
due by 4:30PM Thursdays for the following weekend.
Fixed Base Operators
Aviation Administration Runway Safety Program