Olympia Regional Airport

Notice Regarding COVID-19 Impacts

Overview

Olympia Regional Airport is a general aviation public airport offering aircraft service and maintenance operations, flight instruction, hangars and tie down space, state and corporate aviation facilities, and land and buildings available for lease for aviation related use.

Passenger Airline Service

The Olympia Regional Airport does not have commercial passenger airline service.  The closest airports with passenger service are Seattle (SEA) and Portland (PDX). There are also currently no charter flight companies based at the Olympia Regional Airport.

Airport Statistics

Longest Runway – 5,501 feet

Number of Active Runways – 2

Number of Based Aircraft – 142 (2020)

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Businesses

Aviation activity at Olympia includes:

  • Aerial photography
  • Air ambulance
  • Aircraft maintenance, Avionics
  • Department of Natural Resources aerial firefighting
  • Fixed wing and helicopter flight instruction 
  • Tourism
  • Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife enforcement and wildlife restoration programs
  • Washington State Patrol
  • Washington State Department of Transportation’s Aviation Division
  • Olympic Flight Museum

Noise Abatement

The management of Olympia Airport is committed to aircraft operating procedures which minimize noise impact on airport neighbors. Voluntary noise abatement procedures have been established for use and pilots are asked to cooperate to the extent possible.

It is understood that air traffic control instructions and safety considerations may at times require deviation from the suggested procedures.

Voluntary noise abatement procedures have also been established for Seaplane operations at the floating seaplane dock at theSwantown Marina.

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