The state of Washington has about 140 airports including public-use, commercial, and military airports. The Puget Sound region has more number of airports than inland/eastern regions in Washington.
Seattle−Tacoma International Airport (SEA) or Sea-Tac Airport is the largest airport in the state and the Pacific Northwest region. Located 12 miles south of downtown Seattle, Sea Tac is the primary airport serving the Seattle metropolitan area. It is the main hub for Alaska Airlines and an international gateway to East Asia and Europe for Delta Air Lines. In 2015, the airport handled over 42 million passengers. Interstate 5 and Interstate 405 meet near the airport, and State Route 518 allows access to the airport. Its parking garage can accommodate 13,000 cars, making it the largest parking structure in North America under one roof.
Spokane International Airport (GEG) is the second busiest airport in Washington. Located about five miles west of downtown Spokane, GEG is the primary airport for the Inland Northwest region. The airport is served by five airlines connecting it to 13 destinations. Bellingham International Airport (BLI), Yakima Air Terminal (YKM), Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT), and King County International Airport (SEA) are among the secondary international airports in Washington.
Last Updated on: August 31st, 2017
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