List of airports in Washington (state)

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For airports in the Washington, D.C. area, see Transportation in Washington, D.C.#Air.

This is a list of airports in Washington (a U.S. state), grouped by type and sorted by location. It contains all public-use and military airports in the state. Some private-use and former airports may be included where notable, such as airports that were previously public-use, those with commercial enplanements recorded by the FAA or airports assigned an IATA airport code.

Airports[edit]

This list contains the following information:

  • City served – The city generally associated with the airport, as per the airport's master record with the Federal Aviation Administration. This is not always the actual location since some airports are located in smaller towns outside of the city they serve. It is not meant to be a complete list of cities served, which can be found in or added to each airport's Wikipedia article.
  • Airport name – The official airport name. Those shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.
  • Role – One of four FAA airport categories, as per the 2011–2015 National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) report released October 2010:
    • P-s: Commercial service – primary are publicly owned airports that receive scheduled passenger service and have more than 10,000 passenger boardings (enplanements) each year. Each primary airport is sub-classified by the FAA as one of the following four "hub" types (s):
      • L: Large hub that accounts for at least 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • M: Medium hub that accounts for between 0.25% and 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • S: Small hub that accounts for between 0.05% and 0.25% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • N: Nonhub that accounts for less than 0.05% of total U.S. passenger enplanements, but more than 10,000 annual enplanements.
    • CS: Commercial service – nonprimary are publicly owned airports that receive scheduled passenger service and have at least 2,500 passenger boardings each year.
    • R: Reliever airports are designated by the FAA to relieve congestion at a large commercial service airport and to provide more general aviation access to the overall community.
    • GA: General aviation airports are the largest single group of airports in the U.S. airport system.
  • Enpl. – The number of enplanements (commercial passenger boardings) that occurred at the airport in calendar year 2010, as per FAA records released October 2011.
  • Airspace - The class of airspace reserved for the airport. (Values in parentheses indicate that the airport is inside another airport's airspace, and denotes that airspace.) Generally, Class B airports are the busiest, with classes C, D, E, and G for progressively less-crowded airspace.
City served FAA IATA ICAO Airport name Role Enpl. Airspace
Commercial service – primary airports
Bellingham BLI BLI KBLI Bellingham International Airport P-N 398,368 D
Friday Harbor FHR FRD KFHR Friday Harbor Airport P-N 12,381
Pasco PSC PSC KPSC Tri-Cities Airport P-N 312,915 D
Port Angeles CLM CLM KCLM William R. Fairchild International Airport P-N 10,616 E
Pullman / Moscow, Idaho PUW PUW KPUW Pullman/Moscow Regional Airport P-N 35,248 E
Seattle BFI BFI KBFI King County International Airport (Boeing Field) P-N 33,656 D (Seattle B)
Seattle / Tacoma (SeaTac) SEA SEA KSEA Seattle–Tacoma International Airport P-L 15,406,243 B
Spokane GEG GEG KGEG Spokane International Airport (Geiger Field) P-S 1,545,115 C
Walla Walla ALW ALW KALW Walla Walla Regional Airport P-N 29,064 D
Wenatchee EAT EAT KEAT Pangborn Memorial Airport P-N 46,837 E
Yakima YKM YKM KYKM Yakima Air Terminal (McAllister Field) P-N 53,832 D
Commercial service – non-primary airports
Eastsound ORS ESD KORS Orcas Island Airport CS 3,982
Reliever airports
Auburn S50 Auburn Municipal Airport R 9 (Seattle B)
Everett PAE PAE KPAE Snohomish County Airport (Paine Field) R 514 D (Seattle B)
Renton RNT RNT KRNT Renton Municipal Airport R 55 D (Seattle B)
Snohomish S43 Harvey Airfield (Harvey Field) R
Spokane SFF SFF KSFF Felts Field R 20 D
General aviation airports
Anacortes 74S OTS Anacortes Airport GA 765
Arlington AWO KAWO Arlington Municipal Airport GA 3
Bremerton PWT PWT KPWT Bremerton National Airport GA 192
Brewster S97 Anderson Field GA
Burlington / Mount Vernon BVS MVW KBVS Skagit Regional Airport GA 39
Camas / Washougal 1W1 Grove Field GA
Cashmere 8S2 Cashmere–Dryden Airport GA
Chehalis CLS CLS KCLS Chehalis–Centralia Airport GA
Chelan S10 Lake Chelan Airport (was Chelan Municipal Airport) GA 11
Cle Elum S93 Cle Elum Municipal Airport GA
Colfax S94 Port of Whitman Business Air Center (was Whitman Co. Memorial) GA
Colville 63S Colville Municipal Airport GA 8
Davenport 68S Davenport Airport (Davenport Municipal Airport) GA 14
Deer Park DEW KDEW Deer Park Airport (was Deer Park Municipal Airport) GA 2
Electric City 3W7 Grand Coulee Dam Airport GA
Ellensburg ELN ELN KELN Bowers Field GA 18
Ephrata EPH EPH KEPH Ephrata Municipal Airport GA 1
Friday Harbor W33 Friday Harbor Seaplane Base GA
Hoquiam HQM HQM KHQM Bowerman Airport (was Bowerman Field) GA 28
Ione S23 Ione Municipal Airport GA 16
Kelso KLS KLS KKLS Southwest Washington Regional Airport (was Kelso–Longview) GA
Kenmore S60 KEH Kenmore Air Harbor Inc. Seaplane Base GA 5,336
Langley W10 Whidbey Air Park (Whidbey Airpark) GA
Lopez Island S31 Lopez Island Airport GA 891
Moses Lake MWH MWH KMWH Grant County International Airport GA 1,442
Ocean Shores W04 Ocean Shores Municipal Airport GA
Odessa 43D Odessa Municipal Airport GA
Olympia / Tumwater OLM OLM KOLM Olympia Regional Airport (was Olympia Airport) GA 55
Omak OMK OMK KOMK Omak Airport (was Omak Municipal Airport) GA 23
Oroville 0S7 Dorothy Scott Airport GA 2
Othello S70 Othello Municipal Airport GA
Packwood 55S Packwood Airport GA
Port Townsend 0S9 TWD Jefferson County International Airport GA 33
Prosser S40 Prosser Airport GA
Puyallup PLU KPLU Pierce County Airport (Thun Field) GA 11
Quillayute / Forks UIL UIL KUIL Quillayute Airport (was Quillayute State Airport) GA
Richland RLD RLD KRLD Richland Airport GA 4
Ritzville 33S Pru Field GA
Rosalia 72S Rosalia Municipal Airport GA
Shelton SHN SHN KSHN Sanderson Field GA
Sunnyside 1S5 Sunnyside Municipal Airport GA
Tacoma TIW TIW KTIW Tacoma Narrows Airport GA 147
Toledo / Winlock TDO TDO KTDO South Lewis County Airport (Ed Carlson Memorial Field) GA
Vancouver VUO KVUO Pearson Field GA
Vashon 2S1 Vashon Municipal Airport GA
Wilbur 2S8 Wilbur Airport (Wilbur Municipal Airport) GA
Winthrop S52 Methow Valley State Airport GA 3
Other public-use airports (not listed in NPIAS)
Anacortes 21H Skyline Seaplane Base
Anatone D69 Rogersburg Airport (was Rogersburg State Airport)
Bandera / North Bend 4W0 Bandera State Airport
Battle Ground W52 Goheen Airport (was Goheen Field)
Battle Ground W58 Cedars North Airpark
Bellingham 0W7 Floathaven Seaplane Base
Chewelah 1S9 Sand Canyon Airport
Clayton C72 Cross Winds Airport
Cle Elum 2W1 De Vere Field
Colfax 00W Lower Granite State Airport
College Place S95 Martin Field
Camano / Stanwood 13W Camano Island Airfield
Concrete 3W5 Mears Field (was Concrete Municipal Airport) [1]
Copalis Beach S16 Copalis State Airport (was Copalis Beach State Airport)
Dallesport / The Dalles, OR DLS DLS KDLS Columbia Gorge Regional Airport (The Dalles Municipal Airport)
Darrington 1S2 Darrington Municipal Airport
Easton ESW ESW KESW Easton State Airport
Eatonville 2W3 Swanson Airport (was Swanson Field)
Elma 4W8 Elma Municipal Airport
Forks S18 Forks Airport (was Forks Municipal Airport)
Goldendale S20 Goldendale Airport (was Goldendale Municipal Airport)
Greenwater 21W Ranger Creek Airport (was Ranger Creek State Airport)
Ilwaco 7W1 Port of Ilwaco Airport (was Ilwaco Airport)
Kahlotus W09 Lower Monumental State Airport
Kennewick S98 Vista Field
Kent S36 Crest Airpark
Laurier 69S Avey Field State Airport (Avey Field)
Leavenworth 27W Lake Wenatchee State Airport
Lester 15S Lester State Ultralight Flightpark
Lind 0S0 Lind Airport (was Lind Municipal Airport)
Lynden 38W Lynden Airport (was Lynden Municipal Airport)
Mansfield 8W3 Mansfield Airport
Mattawa M94 Desert Aire Airport
Mazama W12 Lost River Resort Airport
Mead 70S Mead Flying Service Airport
Metaline Falls 09S Sullivan Lake State Airport
Monroe W16 Firstair Field 2
Morton 39P Strom Field
Moses Lake W20 Moses Lake Municipal Airport
Oak Harbor OKH ODW KOKH A.J. Eisenberg Airport (was Wes Lupien Airport) 11
Okanogan S35 Okanogan Legion Airport
Olympia 44T Hoskins Field
Point Roberts 1RL Point Roberts Airpark
Poulsbo 83Q PUL Port of Poulsbo Marina Moorage Seaplane Base
Quincy 80T Quincy Municipal Airport
Renton W36 Will Rogers Wiley Post Seaplane Base
Republic R49 Ferry County Airport
Rimrock 4S6 Tieton State Airport
Roche Harbor W39 Roche Harbor Seaplane Base 2,727
Rochester 8W9 R & K Skyranch Airport
Rosario / Eastsound W49 RSJ Rosario Seaplane Base 762
Seattle W55 LKE Kenmore Air Harbor Seaplane Base
Seattle 0W0 Seattle Seaplanes Seaplane Base
Sekiu 11S Sekiu Airport 39
Sequim W28 SQV Sequim Valley Airport 79
Silverdale 8W5 Apex Airpark
Skykomish S88 Skykomish State Airport
South Bend / Raymond 2S9 Willapa Harbor Airport
Spanaway 3B8 Shady Acres Airport
Spanaway S44 Spanaway Airport (Spanaway Airpark)
Starbuck 16W Little Goose Lock and Dam Airport (was Little Goose State Airport)
Stehekin 6S9 Stehekin State Airport
Sultan S86 Sky Harbor Airport
Tacoma W37 American Lake Seaplane Base
Tekoa 73S Willard Field
Tonasket W01 Tonasket Municipal Airport
Twisp 2S0 Twisp Municipal Airport 34
Vancouver W56 Fly For Fun Airport
Walla Walla 9W2 Page Airport
Warden 2S4 Warden Airport (New Warden Airport)
Waterville 2S5 Waterville Airport
Westport 14S Westport Airport
Wilson Creek 5W1 Wilson Creek Airport
Woodland W27 Woodland State Airport
Other military airports
Coupeville NRA KNRA NOLF Coupeville
Oak Harbor NUW NUW KNUW NAS Whidbey Island (Ault Field) 707
Port Angeles NOW KNOW Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles
Spokane SKA SKA KSKA Fairchild Air Force Base 235
Tacoma TCM TCM KTCM McChord Field (Joint Base Lewis–McChord) (was McChord Air Force Base) 12,902
Tacoma GRF GRF KGRF Gray Army Airfield (Fort Lewis)
Yakima FCT FCT KFCT Vagabond Army Airfield (Yakima Training Center)
Yakima Selah Airstrip (Yakima Training Center)
Notable private-use airports
Blakely Island 38WA BYW Blakely Island Airport
Center Island 78WA CWS Center Island Airport
Decatur WN07 Decatur Shores Airport 16
Lopez Island WA81 LPS Fishermans Bay/LPS Seaplane Base
Omak OWN9 Wings for Christ Airport
Roche Harbor WA09 RCE Roche Harbor Airport (formerly public-use, FAA: 9S1) 11
Seattle WN22 Lake Union Heliport 25,428
Sequim 2WA1 Diamond Point Airstrip 5
Stuart Island 7WA5 SSW Stuart Island Airpark 5
Trout Lake 66WA Trout Lake Airport
Westsound WA83 WSX Westsound/WSX Seaplane Base 1,827
Yelm 06WN Western Airpark (formerly public-use, FAA: 92W)
Notable former airports
Almira 1W0 J-Z Airport (closed 2008?) [2]
Bellevue BVU Bellevue Airfield (closed 1983) [3]
Blaine 4W6 BWS Blaine Municipal Airport (closed 2008) [4]
Martha Lake S13 Martha Lake Airport (closed 2000) [5]
Vancouver 59S Evergreen Field (closed 2006) [6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT):

Other sites used as a reference when compiling and updating this list: