U.S. 16 and U.S. 20 intersect in downtown Worland. U.S. 16 intersects with I-25 and I-90 on the east side of the Big Horn Mountains, about 60 miles east of Ten Sleep. The large industries such as Crown Cork and Seal, Admiral Beverage and Wyoming Sugar utilize truck transportation out of the area as well as rail.
The Worland Municipal Airport is located less than 3 minutes from town. Great Lakes Airlines offers commercial flights to Denver. Worland Municipal Airport has recently undergone an expansion resulting in an extended 7100 foot runway with a strength rating of 70,000 lbs., welcoming commercial flights as well as many private jets. It can handle up to a Gulfstream IV size aircraft continuously with occasional operations of heavier aircraft like (C130).
Free parking is provided across from the terminal.
Sky Aviation is a full service Fixed Base Operator with aircraft fuel, maintenance, pilots lounge and courtesy car.
Worland Municipal Airport is the new home of a fixed wing plane for Guardian Flight, an air medevac provider.
Space to construct hangars is available.
Other nearby airports with commercial air service: Cody (90 miles), Riverton (90 miles), and a major international airport in Billings, Montana (160 miles).
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad offers service from Worland, allowing freight to move in and out of Washakie County to any destination nationwide. For more information, visit: www.bnsf.com