Visit the Auburn Municipal Airport website.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), aka Drones

If you own a drone and plan to fly within five miles of any airport, you must contact the Federal Aviation Administration before flying your drone. For specific information on the Who, What, Why, and When of drone flights, visit the FAA website.

Calling the Airport Administration Office and providing your flight information is NOT an approved method of receiving authorization to fly your drone. The Federal Aviation Administration is the regulatory agency who provides the required authorization.

Fly Washington Passport Program

The Auburn Municipal Airport is the state headquarters for The Fly Washington Passport Program. This program encourages pilots and aviation enthusiasts to explore Washington’s public-use airports. Beyond motivating pilots to fly, this program supports general aviation airports, area businesses, tourism, and provides flight planning, safety, and educational opportunities.  The program relies on the voluntary participation of Washington’s public-use airports, pilots, aviation enthusiasts, and sponsors.  The ultimate objective for this program is to increase aviation economic activity and enhance general aviation visibility.

Participants, using an official Fly Washington Passport Program booklet, collect “passport stamps” at enrolled public-use airports.  Any licensed pilot from any state, and their passengers, may participate.  Participants will earn levels of recognition and prizes as they explore the airports of Washington State.

For more information please call the airport at 253-333-6821.​

Auburn Municipal Airport (Dick Scobee Field) is located in the heart of the Green River Valley, home to hundreds of major employers with more than 36,000 jobs and is served by highways 18 and 167.

View the Airport Master Plan Report (PDF)

View the Airport Strategic Business Plan (PDF)

View the Market Assessment and Long Term Rate Study Pre-proposal Meeting Presentation (PDF)

View the most recent MAI Appraisal (PDF)

View the Boeing Appraisal (PDF)

View the City's 10 Year Economic Development Strategic Plan (PDF)

Runway Data

Length 3,400'
Width 75'
Pavement Strength 12,500 lbs. Single wheel axle
Surface Asphalt
Approach Surface 20:01
Navigation Aids VASIs and REILs - both ends
Runway Markings Basic
Runway Lights MIRLs
Taxiway Lights MITL
CTAF & SayWeather 122.8 (3 Clicks for SayWeather Report)
Elevation 63' MSL
Latitude 47* 19' 41.36 N
Longitude 122* 13' 35.43 W
Instrument Navigation Aids None
Left Traffic Pattern Runway 34
Right Traffic Pattern Runway 16
Traffic Pattern Altitude 1000' MSL


Airport services

  • Self service 100LL fuel seven days a week, 24 hours a day
  • Aircraft repair stations
  • Pilot training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aircraft charter
  • Hangar and tie down rentals (City owned)

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