Grant County Airport to Get Passenger Service to Seattle
MOSES LAKE, Wash. (AP) - People will be able to fly out of Grant County International Airport for the first time since 2010 through a new commercial air service.
SeaPort Airlines and the Port of Moses Lake announced Tuesday that the airline will add daily flights connecting Moses Lake to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Portland International Airport.
SeaPort also announced round-trip flights between Port Angeles and Sea-Tac.
Tickets for the Moses Lake flights will go on sale Nov. 15 and will cost $59 each way as part of an introductory offer.
Grant County airport stopped commercial air service in June 2010 when SkyWest Airlines discontinued its service.