Eight airlines – Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Sun Country and United – have scheduled commercial passenger service to Spokane International Airport. The passenger airlines provide nonstop service to 20 cities across the country, including multiple daily one-hour flights to Seattle and Everett. The Airport’s passenger service market area includes eastern Washington, northern Idaho, northwestern Montana and parts of southern British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. In 2021, the Airport handled nearly 3.3 million total passengers.
With regards to business aviation support, U.S. Customs operates a Federal Inspection Station for clearing international flights and Signature Flight Support provides Fixed Base Operator services. In addition, Aero Center Spokane has announced their intentions to build a Fixed Based Operator facility at the Airport in late 2022 or early 2023.
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