Airports and Airlines
Deer Park Airport
           (a Regional Service airport
        74 hangars.  Over 100 aircraft are currently based here.


Felts Field
(airport and Skyway Cafe)
6105 E. Rutter Parkway
Spokane Valley ,WA  
(509) 455-6434
8:00 am to 4:30 pm, M-F
Felts Field was the first airport in Spokane when it opened as Parkwater Field in 1913.  Today, it is home base to 250 aircraft and 68 tenants, an active and large community of private pilots.  Many private planes (float plates, jets, helicopters, stunt) land at the airport every day. 
Enjoy a home-cooked meal (Monday-Sat from 6 am to 2:30 pm, and Sundays from 7 am to 2:30 pm) in an environment of aviation memorabilia. 

Life Flight
Emergency medical helicopter service.  Life Flight is a nonprofit, owned by 4 nonprofit hospitals, including Providence.

Spokane's Northwest MedStar was taken over by Life Flight.  In 2013, the average base cost of a helicopter ride for Life Flight is about $14,000; with MedStar, it was $16,817. 

A membership program allows people to pay an annual fee in exchange for coverage in case medical air transportation is needed.  People who have existing memberships with MedStar still will be covered by Life Flight, and will receive renewal notices from Life Flight.  (Source:  "Life Flight expands reach," by Rachel Alexander, The Spokesman-Review, March 17, 2016)

Spokane International Airport

8 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday
9000 W. Airport Drive, Ste 204
Spokane, WA  99224
(509) 455-6455 
FAX:  (509) 455-6436
Email:  info@spokaneairports.net
http://www.spokaneairports.net

Lost and Found
(509) 626-5401    TSA 

Airport Parking
(509) 455-6457

Airport Police
(509) 455-6429

Airline Information: 

800-252-7522     Alaska Airlines

800-221-1212     Delta Airlines

800-547-9308     Horizon Air

800-634-3400     Skywest

800-435-9792     Southwest Air

800-864-8331     United Airlines

800-428-4322     US Airways 

It is a felony to hit an aircraft with a laser pointer, and can carry a sentence of 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.   (CBS This Morning, July 17, 2015) 

Cell Phone Waiting Lot
Waiting to pick someone up at the airport?  Try the Cell Phone Waiting Lot.  Arriving passengers can call your cell phone while you wait in the free cell phone lot.  Then, you can pick them up outside the terminal curbside.  A safe and convenient alternative to roadside parking.  The lot is located and marked as you approach the airport. 
  • One hour recommended limit. 
  • Vehicles must be attended
  • No commercial vehicles please
Courtesy Car Wash.  Spokane International Airport now offers a free car wash to travelers who park in the airport’s garages or outside parking lot.   

The courtesy car wash is for people who park in one of the two garages, or in the outside parking lot north of the garages.  The automatic car wash is available to anyone, including people who use the garages to pick up or drop off their passengers.  It is not available to people who use the parking lot next to the Alaska Airlines terminal. 

The minimum parking charge for the garages is $2; they cost $10/day, or $8 for the outside lot north of the garages.    (April 2015)


What You Can Do
  • Reduce the risk of missing your flight due to long TSA lines for screening passengers.  PreCheck security lanes can screen 300 passengers an hour, twice that of standard lanes. 

    Enroll in TSA's PreCheck program.  PreCheck gives previously vetted passengers special screening.  Shoes, belts and light jackets stay on.  Laptops and liquids stay in bags.  These fliers go through standard metal detectors rather than the explosive-detecting full-body scanners most pass through.  Apply at one of two locations in Spokane.  For more information (click here). 

  • Aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft.  Federal Law makes it illegal to aim a laser pointer beam at an aircraft or their flight path.  Those who violate this law will be charged with a crime and arrested.  Laser beams can temporarily blind the pilot.  Pointing it at a law enforcement plane/helicopter can also disrupt police activity.  Sentencing may include jail time and a fine.

    In Washington, it is illegal to point a laser light at on-duty firefighters, law enforcement officers, pilots and bus drivers, because it could impair their vision or make them think they are being targeted with a gun. It is a class C felony with a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.  (Source:  U.S.C. Title 18, Chapter 2, Sec. 39A.  Aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft)