Your Complete Guide to Wenatchee Airport

The (IATA) 3 letter code for Wenatchee Airport is EAT named by the International Air Transport Association in Quebec, Canada. Wenatchee Airport is officially known as Pangborn Field To aid your travel to Wenatchee Airport the Geo coordinates are 47.40000, -120.20000 you can enter this into your tom tom or any in car GPS system to help to get directly to the Pangborn Field Airport.

You can see below a selection of nonstop flights covered from Wenatchee Airport with approximate times.

DestinationWeekly FlightsDistance
Seattle (SEA)27159 Km (99 Miles)

Some of the busiest airlines that fly from Wenatchee Airport are Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air and American Airlines between them they cover 3 of the total destination of 1. Alaska Airlines is the most frequent with around 27 flights a week out of a total of 68. Alaska Airlines covers 40 % of all the total outbound flights from Pangborn Field Airport. Seattle-Tacoma International being the most frequent destinations.

You can see below a selection of nonstop flights covered from Wenatchee Airport with approximate times

AirlinerDestinationFlight Time (Est)
Alaska AirlinesSeattle (SEA)28 minutes

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