About Spokane International Airport
Spokane International Airport (GEG) is a 6,000-plus acre commercial service airport served by Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Southwest and United Airlines. The airport processed 3,920,972 total passengers in 2022. It is the second largest airport in the State of Washington and recognized by the FAA as a small hub airport. The Airport is an employment for over 3,000 people and has a $3 billion direct and indirect economic impact on the Spokane Region annually.
In Fall 2022 the Airport embarked on the Terminal Renovation and Expansion (TREX) Program, the Airports's long-term vision to enhance and expand the Airport's terminal facility. The first phase of TREX, the Concourse C Expansion Project, will add gate capacity and modernize the C Concourse terminal building. The project is expected to be complete in 2025. For more information go to www.gegtrex.com.
The Airport is also served by Amazon Air, FedEx and UPS. 78,895 U.S. air cargo tons were processed in 2022. In terms of cargo handling it is in the top 50 airports in the U.S. The Airport also supports an important and expanding airfield aerospace industry cluster to include MRO activities, commercial aircraft painting, and aircraft parts manufacturing. It is conveniently located adjacent to four Interstate 90 interchanges and is served by Class 1 rail service in addition to The Airport’s commercial and cargo service, offering convenient trucking, rail and air freight transportation options.
Spokane International Airport is jointly owned by Spokane County and the City of Spokane and is operated through an interlocal agreement. The operating authority is the Spokane Airport Board, consisting of seven appointees from the two governmental bodies. The Board annually invests approximately $30 million in capital improvements utilizing various funding sources.
The Board also operates Felts Field Airport (SFF), a 400 acre general aviation reliever airport with 200 based aircraft, 95 tenants and 200 sub-tenants. Commercial operators include avionics services, fixed and rotary wing aircraft flight schools, aircraft maintenance training programs, regional medevac operator and an aircraft power-plant modification firm.
In addition to the two airports, The Board oversees the Airport Business Park, a 540 acre park adjacent to Spokane International Airport that houses the USPS’ Regional Processing and Distribution Center as well as office buildings and manufacturing, and recycling facilities.
Key Data Points:
- 3,920,972 total passengers in 2022
- Six commercial airlines and three integrated air cargo airlines operate at the airport
- 18 nonstop destinations served throughout the United States
- Three onsite hotels
- 78,895 tons of cargo processed in 2022
- Easy access to Interstate 90, Class 1 rail service and commercial and cargo air freight transportation
Sun Country Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service from Spokane to Minneapolis
October 19, 2021
Sun Country Airlines will be offering nonstop service from Spokane International Airport to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Twice-weekly flights will begin on June 9, 2022. Sun Country becomes the eighth airline serving the Airport. MORE ... READ MORE
Amazon Air Opens Air Cargo Facility at Spokane International Airport
October 14, 2021
Amazon Air has commenced operations at its newest air cargo facility at Spokane International Airport. Service will continue daily and enable fast shipping of Amazon packages in and around the Spokane region. MORE ... READ MORE
Allegiant Announces New Nonstop Service from Spokane to Phoenix-Mesa
August 11, 2021
Allegiant Air will commence nonstop service from Spokane International Airport to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on November 22nd. Phoenix-Mesa becomes the third city Allegiant offers service to from Spokane, joining Las Vegas and Orange County, Califo... READ MORE