Major West Coast Airports
There are hundreds of international, domestic, and regional airports within the states that constitute the Western Coast. You can easily fly to, from or between any of these destinations through Alternative Airlines. We offer competitive tickets on hundreds of airlines, including carriers that operate scheduled passenger flights to Western Coast airports.
Below is a list of some of the largest airports in each state.
Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
Seattle Tacoma International Airport is one of the largest airports along the Western Coast, and serves the seaport city of Seattle - the largest city in the state of Washington. Surrounded by the sea and luscious parklands, Seattle is a hub for the tech industry in the U.S.
Portland International Airport (PDX)
Portland International Airport is the largest airport in Oregon, and accounts for 90% of the state's passenger air traffic. The airport serves the city of Portland, a city which stands in the shadow of the snow-capped Mount Hood, and known for its eco-friendly initiatives.
Eugene Airport (EUG)
Eugene Airport is the second largest airport in Oregon. It serves Eugene, a green university city, on the Willamette River.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
Another major international airport is San Francisco International Airport, which serves San Francisco in Northern California. The city is a hotspot for many reasons, where tourists can visit the iconic Golden Gate bridge, which leads from the city to some of the most incredible ancient Redwood forests in the world.
Oakland International Airport (OAK)
Oakland International Airport serves Oakland, which is across from San Francisco on the other side of San Francisco Bay. The airport provides domestic flights to destinations across the U.S.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Los Angeles International Airport is one of the largest international airports along the west caost. Many tourists head to Los Angeles just to explore the Southern Californian city, which is perhaps best known for being the home of Hollywood - the heart of the U.S.’s film and television industry.
San Diego International Airport (SAN)
San Diego International Airport serves San Diego, a city on California's South-Western coast which is known for its beaches and warm climate. It is a domestic airport, with numerous flights operated to major cities across the U.S.