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Bellingham International Airport (BIL) is a 24-hour, full-service airport that caters to the commercial, general aviation and corporate air transportation needs of the populace in and around Bellingham in northwest Washington. It is located minutes south of the U.S.–Canada border, 40 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia, and 90 miles north of Seattle, Washington.

BIL is equipped with a 6,700-foot all-weather approach, control tower, airport rescue fire fighting service, and on-site fueling services, as well as a flight school, charters, and pilot supplies. The airport also features a U.S. Customs international terminal, such services as a foreign trade zone, customs brokerage, air cargo services (FEDEX), gift shop and rental car service.

BIL offers daily flights to SeaTac Airport, direct flights to Las Vegas and frequent fliers to the San Juan Islands.