Flying to Whidbey Island or Camano Island
Flying to Whidbey Island or Camano Island is easy. There are three landing strips open to the public, two on Whidbey Island and one on Camano Island.
To see what facilities are available, please read the listings below.
Camano Island Airfield
Latitude: 48º 15′ 25.000″N (48.2569444) Longitude: 122º 26′ 10.3000"W (-122.4361944) This airstrip is located at the northern end of Camano Island about 3 miles from Stanwood. It is privately owned and open to the public. Fuel and tiedowns are available along with major airframe and powerplant service. More Information from AirNav.com
1212 North Moore Road
Camano Island, WA 98292
Langley Whidbey Airpark
Latitude: 48º 01′ 15.5667″N (48.020990750) Longitude: 122º 26′ 17.6449W (-122.438234694)
Located 2 miles from Langley, this privately-owned airstrip is open to the public. Tiedowns are available. More Information from AirNav.com
Crawford Road and Vemtiro Way
Langley, WA 98260
Oak Harbor AJ Eisenberg Airport
Latitude: 48º 15′ 5.5783″N (48.251549527) Longitude: 122º 40′ 49.0991"W (-122.680305305)
Located 3 miles SW of Oak Harbor, this is a privately-owned airstrip that is open to the general public. Fuel, tiedowns and minor airframe and powerplant service are available. More Information from AirNav.com
1140 Monroe Landing Road
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Lynk Air is a private airline offering on-demand service between Sea-Tac and Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island. You'll need to book in advance.