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Airports in Washington United States, List of Washington Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Washington are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 57 Airports in Washington, United States. Washington IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Anacortes Airport Anacortes, United States OTS -
Ault Field Whidbey Island, United States NUW KNUW
Bellingham Airport Bellingham, United States BLI KBLI
Blaine Airport Blaine, United States BWS -
Blakely Island Airport Blakely Island, United States BYW -
Boeing Field International Airport Seattle, United States BFI KBFI
Bowerman Airport Hoquiam, United States HQM KHQM
Bowers Field Ellensburg, United States ELN KELN
Bremerton National Airport Bremerton, United States PWT KPWT
Center Island Airport Center Island, United States CWS -
Centralia Airport Chehalis, United States CLS KCLS
Crane Island Airport Crane Island, United States CKR -
Decatur Island Airport Decatur Island, United States DTR -
Ephrata Airport Ephrata, United States EPH KEPH
Fairchild Air Force Base Spokane, United States SKA KSKA
Fairchild International Airport Port Angeles, United States CLM KCLM
Felts Field Spokane, United States SFF KSFF
Firing Center Army Air Field Yakima, United States FCT KFCT
Friday Harbor Airport Friday Harbor, United States FRD KFHR
Friday Harbor SPB Friday Harbor, United States FBS -
Grant County Airport Moses Lake, United States MWH KMWH
Gray Army Air Field Tacoma, United States GRF KGRF
Industrial Airport Tacoma, United States TIW KTIW
Kenmore Air Harbor Airport Kenmore Air Harbor, United States KEH -
Lake Union Sea Plane Base Seattle, United States LKE -
Larson Air Force Base Moses Lake, United States LRN -
Longview Airport Kelso, United States KLS KKLS
Longview Airport Longview, United States LOG -
Lopez Island Airport Lopez Island, United States LPS -
McChord Air Force Base Tacoma, United States TCM KTCM
Moscow Regional Airport Pullman, United States PUW KPUW
Oak Harbor Airport Oak Harbor, United States ODW -
Olympia Airport Olympia, United States OLM KOLM
Omak Municipal Airport Omak, United States OMK KOMK
Orcas Island Airport Eastsound, United States ESD KORS
Pangborn Field Wenatchee, United States EAT KEAT
Port Townsend Airport Port Townsend, United States TWD -
Poulsbo Airport Poulsbo, United States PUL -
Quillayute State Airport Quillayute, United States UIL KUIL
Renton Airport Renton, United States RNT KRNT
Richland Airport Richland, United States RLD KRLD
Roche Harbor Airport Roche Harbor, United States RCE -
Rosario Sea Plane Base Rosario, United States RSJ -
Sanderson Field Shelton, United States SHN KSHN
Seattle/Tacoma International Airport Seattle, United States SEA KSEA
Sequim Valley Airport Sequim, United States SQV -
Skagit Regional Airport Mount Vernon, United States MVW KBVS
Snohomish County Airport Everett, United States PAE KPAE
Spokane International Airport Spokane, United States GEG KGEG
State Airport Easton, United States ESW KESW
Stuart Island Airport Stuart Island, United States SSW -
Tri-Cities Airport Pasco, United States PSC KPSC
Waldron Island Airport Waldron Island, United States WDN -
Walla Walla Airport Walla Walla, United States ALW KALW
Westsound Airport Westsound, United States WSX -
Winlock Airport Toledo, United States TDO KTDO
Yakima Air Terminal Yakima, United States YKM KYKM
The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).