Flights to Tri-Cities
— The heart of Washington’s Wine Country®

Plan a trip to the Tri-Cities

Book a trip to the Tri-Cities to experience the water activities offered on the area’s three rivers, as well as over 200 wineries

About The Tri-Cities

The Tri-Cities is a growing metropolitan area in southeast Washington where 300 sun-filled days offer visitors a year-round outdoor paradise. The activities and attractions of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, and West Richland offer something for all guests! The Tri-Cities is a land of discovery that has offers a burgeoning culinary scene, hundreds of world-class wineries, vast outdoor activities, and a history & science culture that is unexpected, sometimes unimaginable.


After savoring just one of the local premium wines, visitors will understand why the area has been rightfully called the “Heart of Washington Wine Country.” Tri-Cities, Washington boasts more than 200 wineries within a 50-mile radius, producing some of the finest wines in the world, thanks to the climate and geography of the area. The wineries range in size from nationally renowned wineries producing over a half million cases of wine annually to small, independent wineries producing award-winning wines.

Outdoors & Recreation

Fun in the sun is a way of life in the Tri-Cities–one reason it’s among the most popular spots for Washington vacations. The confluence of the Snake, Yakima and Columbia Rivers has produced an aquatic playground second to none. The area’s inviting waterways beckon water lovers from all over the region to enjoy sailing, power and pleasure boating, water-skiing, swimming, fishing, windsurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking and much more. Recreation and sports enthusiasts will love everything there is to do in Tri-Cities, including hiking, bicycling, bowling, hunting, and soccer.

Exploring the Mysteries of Our Universe

Tri-Cities science vacations offer amazing attractions for families — don’t be surprised if you learn a little something along the way. The Tri-Cities is an epicenter of cutting-edge science and engineering. If science, secrecy, and history intrigue you, then a visit to the Manhattan Project National Historical Park (MPNHP) should be on your bucket list. Explore the wonder of science, technology, and the universe at the CPCCo Planetarium, or put on your paleontologist’s hat and see a real mammoth skeleton at the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site. With science vacations you’ll never forget, it’s the perfect idea for weekend getaways with kids.


The Tri-Cities Airport (PSC) is the largest airport in the Southeastern Washington and Northeastern Oregon region and the fourth largest air carrier airport in the state of Washington, with nonstop flights to eleven destination cities. It serves a vibrant and growing region and provides easy access to all of the Tri-Cities, located just 2 miles from Pasco, 6 miles to Kennewick, and 10 miles to Richland. Just refurbished, the concourse offers comfortable seating, a new play area, an upgraded food service area, and new meet-and-greet waiting room. The rental cars, ground transportation, and rideshare area are just outside the airport entrance.

Distance to popular destinations

Pasco distance to popular landmarks

Distance to popular destinations

Pasco distance to popular landmarks

Airport Info

Tri-Cities Airport (PSC)


3601 North 20th Avenue
Pasco, Washington 99301



Airport hours:

3:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Ticket counter hours:

Avelo ticket counters provide flight and baggage check-in services, as well as the opportunity to purchase Avelo flights, and are open for approximately two hours prior to each scheduled departure. The counters close 40 minutes prior to the take-off time.

Recommended arrival time:

At least 90 minutes before departure

Amenities and services:

Gift shop

Tri-Cities Pasco scenery