Washington Airports

As of 2019, there are 52 airports throughout the state of Washington according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Washington are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Washington

List of All Airports in Washington

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Anacortes Airport OTS Anacortes, WA Small
2 Ault Field NUW Whidbey Island, WA Small
3 Bellingham Airport BLI Bellingham, WA Medium
4 Blaine Airport BWS Blaine, WA Small
5 Blakely Island Airport BYW Blakely Island, WA Small
6 Boeing Field International Airport BFI Seattle, WA Large
7 Bowerman Airport HQM Hoquiam, WA Small
8 Bowers Field ELN Ellensburg, WA Small
9 Bremerton Airport PWT Bremerton, WA Medium
10 Centralia Airport CLS Chehalis, WA Medium
11 Crane Island Airport CKR Crane Island, WA Small
12 Decatur Island Airport DTR Decatur Island, WA Small
13 Ephrata Airport EPH Ephrata, WA Medium
14 Fairchild International Airport CLM Port Angeles, WA Medium
15 Felts Field SFF Spokane, WA Medium
16 Friday Harbor Airport FRD Friday Harbor, WA Medium
17 Friday Harbor Seaplane Base FBS Friday Harbor, WA Small
18 Grant County Airport MWH Moses Lake, WA Medium
19 Industrial Airport TIW Tacoma, WA Medium
20 Kelly Bar Airport KEU Kelly Bar, WA Small
21 Kenmore Air Harbor KEH Kenmore, WA Medium
22 Lake Union Seaplane Base LKE Seattle, WA Small
23 Longview Airport KLS Kelso, WA Medium
24 Longview Airport LOG Longview, WA Small
25 Lopez Island Airport LPS Lopez Island, WA Small
26 Moscow Regional Airport PUW Pullman, WA Medium
27 Municipal Airport OMK Omak, WA Small
28 Oak Harbor Airport ODW Oak Harbor, WA Small
29 Olympia Airport OLM Olympia, WA Medium
30 Orcas Island Airport ESD Eastsound, WA Medium
31 Pangborn Memorial Airport EAT Wenatchee, WA Medium
32 Port Townsend Airport TWD Port Townsend, WA Medium
33 Poulsbo Airport PUL Poulsbo, WA Small
34 Quillayute State Airport UIL Quillayute, WA Small
35 Renton Airport RNT Renton, WA Medium
36 Richland Airport RLD Richland, WA Small
37 Roche Harbor Airport RCE Roche Harbor, WA Small
38 Rosario Seaplane Base RSJ Olga, WA Small
39 Sanderson Field SHN Shelton, WA Medium
40 Seattle/Tacoma International Airport SEA Seattle, WA Huge
41 Sequim Valley Airport SQV Sequim, WA Small
42 Skagit Regional Airport MVW Mount Vernon, WA Medium
43 Snohomish County Airport PAE Everett, WA Medium
44 Spokane International Airport GEG Spokane, WA Large
45 State Airport ESW Easton, WA Small
46 Stuart Island Airport SSW Stuart Island, WA Small
47 Tri-Cities Airport PSC Pasco, WA Medium
48 Waldron Island Airport WDN Waldron Island, WA Small
49 Walla Walla Regional Airport ALW Walla Walla, WA Medium
50 Westsound Airport WSX Westsound, WA Small
51 Winlock Airport TDO Toledo, WA Small
52 Yakima Air Terminal YKM Yakima, WA Medium

Washington Overview

Washington State has 7.3 million residents (2016). The capital is Olympia and the largest city is Seattle.

In the 18th century, Europeans explored the territory of present-day Washington. Protestant missionaries settled in the region in the early decades of the 19th century. In 1846, this region became part of the Oregon Territory. The Washington Territory was created in 1853, becoming a state in 1889.