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Convenient. Close.
Ahead of the curve.

The all-new Passenger Terminal at Paine Field in Everett (PAE) offers travelers from Seattle and Northwest Washington a time-saving choice for commercial air flights throughout the western US. The terminal's ease of use and location just ten minutes from I-5 makes it the ideal choice for passengers looking for a world-class, stress-free travel experience paired with the attention to detail only found in small airports.

A World-Class Terminal

Our promise:

  • A customer-centric terminal designed for convenience and ease of use, with the goal of getting travelers from curb to gate in minutes
  • Tranquil, lounge-like environment featuring fireplaces, exposed wood, fresh flowers and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Olympic Mountains
  • Valet Parking
  • Locally sourced food and beverage offerings
  • Waiter service throughout the passenger lounge
  • Electrical outlets, USB and USB C ports at every seat
  • High-speed, reliable wifi throughout the terminal
  • Dedicated concierge staff to assist passangers
  • Complimentary morning newspapers

Bringing civility back to the airport experience

About Propeller Airports

Propeller Airports is a leader in the privatization and development of airports in the United States, focused on transforming airports and their operations through public-private partnerships.

Inspired by the innovative thinking that led former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to sell government-owned airports such as London's Heathrow to private enterprise, Propeller Airports partners with strategically placed airports around the country that offer unique opportunities to create new economic engines for their local communities.

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General inquiries: info@propellerairports.com
Contact Number: (425) 622-9040
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Open Daily from 4am to 1am*

*Please Note: The passenger terminal will close and be locked from 1 am each night until opening the following morning. Passengers with a connecting flight or an overnight layover will have to vacate the terminal prior to closing. There is minimal seating available in the adjacent Ground Transportation Building.