South Dakota

South Dakota is known in airline-speak as a Fly-Over state. Traveling commercially from any of our airports to your destination may take you an entire day. In-state air travel isn't nearly as time-consuming.

Get our free mobile app

Here in South Dakota of the 71 public airports, there are five commercial airports. Sioux Falls is the largest followed by Rapid City, Aberdeen, Watertown, and Pierre.

The cities of Spearfish, Yankton, Mitchell, Madison, Huron, and Brookings are considered large general aviation airports.

Sioux Falls Regional Airport via Facebook
Sioux Falls Regional Airport via Facebook
loading...

Over the years flying out of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport has become much easier for travelers looking for direct flights. Below is a list of nonstop destinations:

Atlanta
Austin
Phoenix
Nashville
Charlotte
Denver
Dallas
Fr. Lauderdale
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Minneapolis
Chicago
Punta Gorda
St. Petersburg
Orlando
San Diego
Santa Ana

18 Annoying Things that People in the Midwest are Doing

You know those Post-it notes that you used to put up on your mirrors or around your house to remind you of different things. Well, some people in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin could use a whole pile of those to put up all over their world because they need some refreshers on a few basic things. Most are about driving but there are a few other moments in life that you'll realize annoy you too.

The 100 Best Places to Live in the Midwest