We are excited that United is bringing back flights to Paine Field – Snohomish County Airport!
Located just 23 miles north Seattle, Paine Field is the newest option for the fast growing number of business and leisure travelers from the Northern Seattle, Snohomish and Northern King County areas
Originally constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1936 to create jobs and economic growth in the region, the Snohomish County Airport quickly grew and served as an alternate-day landing field and in 1939 United Airlines operated one of the first flights from the airport. Paine Field has since become the center of Boeing’s production facilities producing thousands of United Aircraft including the 747, 767, 777, and the 787 airplanes and employing tens of thousands of employees.
Seattle ranks as Denver’s 12th largest domestic market with nearly 2,300 people traveling between the two cities every day. Five carriers currently serve Seattle from Denver: Alaska, Delta, Frontier, United and Southwest.