Fargo Hector Airport Reviews


Fargo Hector Airport Reviews

Fargo Hector International Airport (IATA: FAR, ICAO: KFAR, FAA LID: FAR) is a civil-military public airport three miles (5 km) northwest of Fargo, in Cass County, North Dakota, United States. It is owned by the City of Fargo Municipal Airport Authority.

The Fargo Hector Airport was named after Martin Hector, who donated the land for it. Customs service is available for arrivals from Canada and other countries. Hector International has no scheduled passenger airline flights out of the country but has its international title (like many other airports) because of this customs service.

Fargo Hector Airport was the intended destination for the airplane carrying Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. Richardson on February 3, 1959. The airplane crashed shortly after takeoff from Clear Lake, Iowa, killing the 3 musicians and the pilot.

The Fargo Hector Airport is home to the Happy Hooligans of the 119th Wing (119 WG), a unit of the North Dakota Air National Guard that operates the C-21A Lear Jet and MQ-1 Predator.


ATMs / Cash Machines – info not available
Car Rentals – Alamo • Avis • Budget • Enterprise • Hertz • National.
Currency Exchange – not available
Food / Restaurants – Airside: coffee shop/snack bar
Games Room: Location: Airside, Main Level
Information Desk – info not available
Luggage Storage / Lockers – not available
Showers – not available
Internet: Free WiFi is available at the Fargo airport.

Airport opening hours:
Open 24 hours

Fargo Hector Airport Official Website

Fargo Hector Airport Map

Fargo Hector Airport Weather Forecast

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