Washington State International and Major Airports

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Seattle-Tacoma Intl. Airport SEA

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Spokane International Airport GEG
   
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There are 140 public airfields in Washington, including 16 state airports belonging to the Washington State Department of Transportation. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) is Seattle's main commercial airport. Boeing Field in Seattle is one of the busiest non-hub airports in the US

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    Seattle–Tacoma International Airport

    Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
    Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
    Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA), most often called Sea–Tac Airport or Sea–Tac, is the main commercial airport serving the Seattle metropolitan area. It is situated in the city of SeaTac, around 13 miles south of Downtown Seattle. The airport, the largest in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, is owned and operated by the Port of Seattle.  - List of US Airlines

    There are three concrete surface runways:

    • Runway 16L/34R is 11,901 x 150 feet.
    • Runway 16C/34C is 9,426 x 150 feet.
    • Runway 16R/34L is 8,500 x 150 feet. 

    Spokane International Airport

    Spokane International Airport
    Spokane International Airport
    Spokane International Airport (GEG) is a commercial airport located about five miles west of downtown Spokane, Washington. It is the main airport serving the Inland Northwest, which is made up of of 30 counties and includes areas like Spokane and the Tri-Cities, both in Eastern Washington, and Coeur d'Alene in North Idaho. The airport's code, GEG, comes from its airfield's namesake, Major Harold Geiger.  - List of US Airlines

    The airport consists of 6,140 acres and features two paved runways:

    • Runway 3/21 is 11,002 × 150 feet with an Asphalt/Concrete surface
    • Runway 7/25 is 8,199 × 150 feet with an Asphalt surface

    Bellingham International Airport

    Bellingham International Airport
    Bellingham International Airport Photo by Cascade Door & Hardware
    Bellingham International Airport (BLI) is located three miles northwest of Bellingham, in Whatcom County, Washington, and the third-largest commercial airport in Washington. BLI includes 2,190 acres of land.  - List of US Airlines

    There are two terminals:

    • The main terminal is approximately 26,000 square feet and includes three levels, the basement, the ground floor, and a second floor.
    • There is an International Terminal is 4,222 square feet and one level

    The airport is served by three passenger airlines: Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air and San Juan Airlines

    Tri-Cities Airport

    Tri-Cities Airport
    Tri-Cities Airport
    Photo by Paul T. Erickson
    Tri-Cities Airport (PSC) is a public airport located two miles northwest of Pasco, in Franklin County, Washington. It is the third largest commercial airport in the state of Washington, and oncludes 2,235 acres of land There are three asphalt runways.
    • Runway 12/30 is 7,703 x 150 feet 
    • Runway 3L/21R is 7,711 x 150 feet.
    • Runway 3R/21L is 4,423 x 75 feet.

    Passenger airlines serving this airport are Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection and United Express

    Yakima Air Terminal

    Yakima Air Terminal
    Yakima Air Terminal
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    Yakima Air Terminal (YKM) (McAllister Field) is a public airport located three miles south of Yakima, in Yakima County, Washington. Owned by the City of Yakima, it is used for and commercial air service and general aviation. Yakima is served by one scheduled air carrier (Alaska Airlines) and two non-scheduled carriers (Sun Country Airlines and Xtra Airways). Sun Country Airlines offers charter flights to Laughlin, NV and Xtra Airways offers charter flights to Wendover, NV.

    Yakima Air Terminal consists of 825 acres at an elevation of 1,099 feet above mean sea level. There are two asphalt runways:

    • Runway 9/27 is 7,604 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 4/22 is 3,835 by 150 feet

    Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport

    Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport
    Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport
    Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport (PUW) is a public airport in the northwest United States, located in Whitman County, Washington, two miles east of Pullman and four miles west of Moscow, Idaho. The airport is accessed by using spurs from State Route 270, and has a single 6,730-foot runway, headed northeast/southwest (6/24), aligned with Moscow Mountain (4,983 feet twelve miles to the northeast, the highest summit in the area.

    The rural airport in the Palouse region is the primary air link for its two land-grant universities, Washington State University in Pullman and the University of Idaho in Moscow. Both universities use the airport for jet charters from Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Allegiant Air for their intercollegiate athletic teams.

    Horizon Air (marketed and sold as Alaska Airlines) is the sole commercial airline serving the airport, flying Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft. It began service to Pullman–Moscow (and Lewiston) 35 years ago in March 1983, with Fairchild F-27 and Metroliner aircraft. Horizon Air provides 3-4 daily scheduled flights to Seattle/Tacoma. Historically, flight schedules have sometimes included a stop in Lewiston, but currently all scheduled flights at PUW are nonstop to/from Seattle.

    Pangborn Memorial Airport

    Pangborn Memorial Airport
    Pangborn Memorial Airport
    Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT) is a public use airport located in Douglas County, Washington. It is four nautical miles east of the central business district of Wenatchee, a city in Chelan County. The airport is jointly owned by the Ports of Chelan and Douglas Counties.

    Pangborn Memorial Airport consists of of 665 acres at an elevation of 1,249 feet above mean sea level. There are two asphalt paved runways:

    • Runway 12/30 is 7,000 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 7/25 is closed. It is 4,460 by 75 feet.

    Walla Walla Regional Airport

    Walla Walla Regional Airport
    Walla Walla Regional Airport Photo by Union-Bulletin
    Walla Walla Regional Airport (ALW) is a public airport situated in Walla Walla County, Washington. It is located three miles northeast of central Walla Walla, and is owned by the Port of Walla Walla.  - List of US Airlines

    Walla Walla Regional Airport consists of of 2,319 acres. There are two concrete surface runways:

    • Runway 2/20 is 6,527 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 7/25 is 4,486 by 150 feet.

    Other Important Washington Airports

    King County International Airport (Boeing Field), Friday Harbor, Eastsound, Tacoma, Kenmore (Lake Washington), Port Angeles, Renton, Everett

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