News and Announcements
King County International Airport
Taxiway Alpha closure
Taxiway Alpha will be closed for about two weeks starting September 16. Contact Airport Operations for information and updates.
Runway 14R/32L closed nights August 23-24
In order to finish a painting project, the airport's main runway (14R/32L) will be closed the evenings of August 23 and 24.
Runway 14R ILS out of service
UPDATE: The Instrument Landing System (ILS) for Runway 14R returned to service as of 1:15 p.m. PDT on August 2, 2019.
Temporary flight restrictions during Seafair
In order to accommodate Blue Angels practice sessions and performances, the airspace over King County International Airport-Boeing Field will be closed several days next week.
King County International Airport-Boeing Field hosts public meeting of the King County Government Accountability and Oversight Committee
King County International Airport-Boeing Field hosts public meeting of the King County Government Accountability and Oversight Committee on Monday, July 15 at 9:30 a.m.
Residents invited to give input on Airport Master Plan update
King County International Airport-Boeing Field is seeking residents' input on the new Master Plan Update. A meeting is set for June 27, 2019 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Information about aircraft registration
A reminder from the Washington State Department of Transportation for owners needing to register their aircraft with the FAA or the state.
Overnight closures planned on Runway 14R/32L
Runway 14R/32L at King County International Airport will be closed overnights for four weeks starting June 6. This annual preventative maintenance allows crews to repair pavement, remove rubber, seal cracks, manage vegetation, and repaint markings.
New passenger service at KCIA begins July 1
JetSuiteX will offer non-stop passenger jet service between California's Bay Area and Seattle, via three daily flights at King County International Airport-Boeing Field. This new service starts July 1, 2019.
Remembering Peter Anderson
Peter Anderson, former president of Galvin Flying Services and interim vice chair of the King County Airport Roundtable, passed away on January 27.