|Abbotsford YXX||Abbotsford BC (16 miles)|
|Vancouver YVR||Richmond BC (40 miles)|
|Victoria YYJ||Sidney, BC (42 miles)|
|Seattle Tacoma SEA||Seattle WA (94 miles)|
|Comox YQQ||Comox BC (124 miles)|
|Kelowna YLW||Kelowna BC (162 miles)|
|Yakima McAllister Field YKM||Yakima WA (179 miles)|
|Portland PDX||Portland OR (221 miles)|
|Spokane GEG||Spokane WA (243 miles)|
|Lewiston-Nez Perce County LWS||Lewiston ID (306 miles)|
GREATER METRO AREA AIRPORTS
1. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport SEA, or simply SeaTac, is a large and noisy Airport, located about 13 miles south of downtown Seattle, and can be accessed from Route 518. The Metro Transit and Sound Transit buses stop at Door 6 on the Baggage Claim level. In addition, several shuttle buses and vans offer rides to the City and beyond. While parking is expensive, long-term parking at Doug Fox is both reasonable and convenient. In spite of SeaTac's size, all terminals are accessible from one central parking and ticketing area.
2. King County International Airport (Boeing Field) BFI, located within Seattle city limits, offers flights by Kenmore Air to Port Angeles (at the north shore of the Olympic Peninsula), and by SeaPort Airlines to Portland Airport.
3. William Fairchild International Airport CLM located 5 miles from Port Los Angeles, on the northeastern shore of the Olympic Peninsula, offers charter flights by Rite Bros. Aviation and flights to SeaTac by Kenmore Air.
4. Bellingham International Airport BLI is 89 miles north of Seattle and close to the Canadian border. Horizon Air connects it to SeaTac, while Allegiant serves a few major southwestern cities. San Juan Airlines services the outlying islands.