List of Washington State-owned Airports

The following airports are public use airports owned by Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). Note that the full list of airports in Washington is a separate list; these are only the state-owned airports.

  • Avey State Airport
  • Bandera State Airport
  • Copalis Beach State Airport
  • Easton State Airport
  • Lake Wenatchee State Airport
  • Little Goose State Airport
  • Lower Granite State Airport
  • Lower Monumental State Airport
  • Methow Valley State Airport
  • Ranger Creek State Airport
  • Rogersburg State Airport
  • Skykomish State Airport
  • Stehekin State Airport
  • Sullivan Lake State Airport
  • Tieton State Airport
  • Woodland State Airport

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