Skagit Regional Airport is the airport that serves the city of Burlington/Mt Vernon in Washington in USA. Skagit Regional Airport is a general aviation port and was opened for the public in 1937. The airport is located at a distance of three miles to the west of Burlington/Mt Vernon in New York.
The IATA code of the Skagit Regional Airport in Burlington/Mt Vernon in Washington is MVW. The ICAO code of the airport is KBVS and FAA Identifier of the airport is BVS. The runway of the airport is paved and measures 5400 feet in length. The IFR facility at the airport facilitates aircraft landing at this airport in bad weather conditions or in the dark. 151 aircrafts have their base at the Skagit Regional Airport in Burlington/Mt Vernon in Washington in USA. The elevation of the airport is 144 feet.
This airport experiences huge fleet of passenger flights, mail flights and freight flights. Skagit Regional airport operates both national and international flights to and fro to Burlington.
The airlines that operate flights to and fro, to this airport include,
The facilities that the Skagit Regional Airport provides to the passengers and aircrafts include the following,
- Air Tran Airways
- United Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- American Airlines
- Frontier Airlines Inc.
- Continental Airlines
- US Airways
- Baggage Carts
- Telephone booths
- Flight Information Monitors
- Medical Services
- Internet Access
- Car Rental
- Pilot Lounge
- aircraft parking facilities with hangar facilities
The airport is maintained in such a way that it meets the international standard of airport maintenance and management. The airport handles huge air traffic as it is the only airport that serves the city of Burlington.
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