Other Area Airports
Forks Municipal Airport
Forks Airport covers an area of 72 acres at an elevation of 299 feet above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 4/22 with an asphalt surface measuring 2,400 feet by 75 feet. It is equipped with medium intensity runway lighting. Approaches to both ends of this runway are visual.
Jefferson County International Airport
Jefferson County International Airport (IATA: TWD, FAA LID: 0S9) is a public-use airport located four nautical miles southwest of the central business district of Port Townsend, a town in Jefferson County, Washington. It is owned by the Port of Port Townsend.
Jefferson County International Airport covers an area of 292 acres at an elevation of 108 feet above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 9/27 with an asphalt surface measuring 3,000 feet by 75 feet.
Port Angeles Coast Guard Station Airport
Air Station Port Angeles is the U.S. Coast Guard's oldest operational air station, in operation since 1935. Today it supports three MH-65C Dolphin helicopters, which have been operating at the station since 1984. This air station is well placed, as Port Angeles is a port city with ferries to Canada. It's general operational area is the central and eastern parts of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, from Pillar Point to the south of Whidbey Island. Just 18 miles to the north is Canada's British Columbia and the city of Victoria.
The main roles of the station is search and rescue, maritime law enforcement, waterway security, boating and fishery safety, and environmental protection. The station also works in conjunction with Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound, as well as local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies of Jefferson and Clallam counties.
Sequim Valley Airport
Sequim Valley Airport was originally founded in 1983 when the Sallee Family identified a need for a community public-use airport for Sequim. Located on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula just three miles west of Sequim, Washington, Sequim Valley Airport is considered by many to be a pilots dream. The sunny location usually provides excellent approach conditions.
The airport features a 3500-foot paved and lighted runway. This privately owned airport is open for public use. Tie downs are available.
Formerly known as Quillayute State Airport, is a public airport located approximately 10 miles west of the city of Forks, in Clallam County, Washington. It is owned by the City of Forks. This former Naval Auxiliary Air Station was deeded to the City of Forks by the Washington State Department of Transportation in 1999.
Quillayute Airport covers an area of 739 acres (299 ha). The airport has two concrete runways, each one close to 5,000 feet long.
- Runway 12/30 is closed (the north-south runway).
- Runway 4/22 is open with a displaced threshold of 1,089 feet.