Sekiu Airport

On the West End of Clallam County is the quaint and peaceful town of Sekiu. The Port of Port Angeles owns and operates the Sekiu Airport, which allows convenient access to some of the more remote and most beautiful areas on the Olympic Peninsula. Sekiu Airport is less than one mile NW of Sekiu, WA.

Sekiu Airport

For those looking for scenery, wildlife, or beach life, Sekiu Airport is a great spot to fly into. It is significantly smaller than William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles. The Sekiu facility offers a 2,997-foot lighted runway with a visual approach indicator. It is at an elevation of 350 feet about a mile from Sekiu.

Geographic Coordinates

Latitude: 48°15.99’N | Longitude: 124°18.40’W

Maps and Directions

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Routes to Airport

  • Directions from Highway 101:
    • Head southwest on US-101 W / Olympic Hwy toward Lake Cresent Road
    • Continue to follow US-101 W
    • Turn right onto WA-113 N / Burnt Mountain Road
    • Continue straight onto WA-112 W / Strait Of Juan de Fuca Highway
    • Continue to follow WA-112 W
    • Turn right onto Sekiu Airport Road
    • Destination will be on the left
  • Directions from Highway 112:
    • Follow WA-112 W through Sekiu
    • Turn right onto Sekiu Airport Road
    • Destination will be on the left

Please note: Highway 112 can be reached from Highway 101 east of Port Angeles or by turn left onto WA-113 N / Burnt Mountain Road heading west from Forks.

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