Pangborn Memorial Airport

ICAO: n/a
City: Wenatchee, WA


Located four nautical miles east of the CBD of Wenatchee, a city in Chelan County, Pangborn Memorial Airport is owned by the Ports of Chelan and Douglas Counties. The airport is named after Clyde Pangborn, who in 1931 became the first person to fly nonstop across the Pacific Ocean. Opening in 1941, the airport now offers limited domestic services to Seattle, with Alaska Airlines.

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