Welcome to Washington State's Airport Information System

The Airport Information System is an online program that provides the public with information about Washington’s air transportation system.

Airport Update Feature:
Each airport in the state is able to update their information online and print reports. WSDOT Aviation uses the information to measure aviation system performance over time and communicate improvement needs to decision makers. Airport sponsors are encouraged to login, review and update their existing data any time during the year as information changes, however as a condition for grant eligibility, airports are required to acknowledge their review and update by December 31 of the preceding calendar year. WSDOT creates a benchmark of the data for each year.

Airport Information System - Login

What Are the Benefits of the Airport Information System?

Information will be more accurate:
Reliable information is available to support WSDOT’s programs including the Airport Aid Grant Program, Airport Land Use Compatibility Program, State Capital Improvement Program (SCIP).

Information will be consistent:
One-stop shopping means an improvement in the accuracy and timeliness of airport information.

Information will be more accessible:
WSDOT, FAA, local agencies and the public may view airport information on the Web.

What Are the Key Features of the Airport Information System?

Online Reporting System:
The public can view information collected during Phases 1 and 2 of the Long-Term Air Transportation Study (LATS). Users may search information by individual airport, county, or region; a statewide summary is also available. They can also view separate web pages providing individual profiles of each public use airport in the system.

Need Help?

Eric Johnson
Construction and Grants Program Manager
(360) 709-8099 Monday
(360) 848-7115 Tuesday-Friday


John MacArthur
State Capital Improvement Program (SCIP) Planner
(360) 596-8954