With Tacoma Narrows Airport on the Kitsap Peninsula side of the Tacoma Narrows strait, heading south will put the famous Tacoma Narrows bridge on your left-wing making for some spectacular views. Landing in from the North also provides GA pilots with exceptional vistas thanks to the natural beauty surrounding the airport and beyond.
At the airport, be sure to check out the impressively designed 3D modelling for FBOs including the narrows Aviation Air Centre and Pavco Flight Center. Tacoma Narrows Airport is a great product for those that appreciate the finer details.
The 5,000ft runway is the perfect length for GA aircraft, as well as private jets offering charter or air taxi services. With plenty of parking spots on the ramp, grab some friends and do some exciting formation flying over a stunning region full of life and variation. With Seattle-Tacoma International airport only 18 miles away, expect to keep busy in the skies around Tacoma Narrows airport as you monitor the frequency to keep clear of the main international traffic.
However you may use Tacoma Narrows Airport, it’s the perfect excuse to fly across the region of Washington.
Fun Fact: Some of the largest octopuses in the world live in the ruins of the original Tacoma Narrows Bridge which collapsed in 1940.