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CityCodeAirport Name
Bellingham BLI       Bellingham Int'l
Moses Lake MWH Grant County Int'l
Pasco PSC Tri-Cities Airport
Pullman (Moscow) PUW Pullman Moscow Reg'l
Seattle SEA Seattle-Tacoma Int'l
Airport (Seatac)
Spokane GEG Spokane Int'l
Walla Walla ALW Regional
Wenatchee EAT Pangborn Memorial Airport
Yakima YKM Yakima Air Terminal /
McAllister Field Airport

Boise ID BOI       Boise Air Terminal /
Gowen Field Airport
Castlegar BC YCG Castlegar Airport
Coeur d'Alene ID COE CDA Coeur d'Alene Airport
Cranbrook BC YXC Cranbrook Airport
Kelowna BC YLW Kelowna Int'l
Lewiston ID LWS Lewiston Nez Perce County Reg'l
Pendleton OR PDT Eastern Oregon Reg'l
Penticton BC YYF Penticton Regional
Portland OR PDX Portland International
Sun Valley ID SUN Friedman Memorial
Vancouver BC YVR Vancouver Int'l
Victoria BC YYJ Victoria Int'l

There are many airports in Washington. However, not all Washington airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. The state is named after George Washington, the first President of the United States. Residents are called "Washingtonians." The state should not be confused with Washington, D.C., the nation's capital city. To avoid confusion, the city is often called simply D.C. and the state is often called Washington state.

Washington is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and British Columbia, Canada to the north. It is famous for scenery of breathtaking beauty and sharp contrasts. High mountains rise above evergreen forests and sparkling coastal waters. Its coastal location and Puget Sound harbors give it a leading role in trade with Alaska, Canada, and the Pacific Rim. Puget Sound's many islands are served by the largest ferry fleet in the United States.

The deep forests of the Olympic Peninsula are among the rainiest places in the world and the only rainforests in the continental United States, but the flat semi-desert that lies east of the Cascade Range stretches for long distances without a single tree. Mount Rainier, the highest mountain in the state, appears to "float" on the horizon southeast of Seattle.

During the Great Depression, a series of hydroelectric dams were constructed along the Columbia river as part of a project to increase the production of electricity. This culminated in 1941 with the completion of the Grand Coulee Dam, the largest dam in the United States.

Early prominent industries in the state included agriculture and lumber. In eastern Washington, the Yakima Valley became known for its apple orchards, while the growth of wheat using dry-farming techniques became particularly productive. Other industries that developed in the state include fishing, salmon canning and mining. During World War II, the Puget Sound area became a focus for war industries, with the Boeing Company producing many of the nation's heavy bombers and ports in Seattle, Bremerton, and Tacoma were available for the manufacture of warships. The Boeing company became an established icon in the area. (airports)

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