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Airporter Shuttle Schedules & Rates


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View our Airporter Shuttle schedules and rates by clicking on the appropriate links below.

Airporter Shuttle - Western Washington (I-5 Corridor, Anacortes)

View Schedules | View Rates | Download PDF (2.2 Mb)

Airporter Shuttle - Central Washington (Yakima, Ellensburg, Cle Elum, North Bend)

View Schedules & Rates | Download PDF (1.3 Mb)


Groups: Charter your own bus! We have expert drivers and a wide variety of top quality vehicles to take you anywhere.

We now service the March's Point / Sharps Corners areas from the March Point Shell on Highway 20.


If you prefer, you can download pdf versions of our Schedules and Rate brochures below. You will need Adobe Reader (or other pdf viewing application) to view the documents.

Airporter Shuttle - Western Washington (I-5 Corridor, Anacortes)
Download pdf (2.2 Mb)

Airporter Shuttle - Central Washington (Yakima, Ellensburg, Cle Elum, North Bend)
Download pdf (1.3 Mb)

Also, feel free to call us at 1-866-235-5247 (1-866-BELLAIR) with any questions about schedules or rates.

*Bellair Airporter Status

Thursday, January 19th, 2017



Yakima- Available

Bellingham- Available. Call 24 hours in advance to check availability.

Burlington- Available





On time.


On time.


I-90  Today (Thurs.) Both west and east bound pass are presently closed.  The DOT expects to have the Eastbound lanes open at 430pm. The Westbound lanes do not have an opening time.



Pass is closed,  all runs have been cancelled for today.

We expect to be running a full schedule tomorrow (Friday)

Passengers that were scheduled on runs that were cancelled may rebook on later runs.  Please call and reschedule for Friday.



Pass is closed.  The 11am & 2pm, Seatac - Yakima runs have been cancelled.

We believe the 5pm and 8pm trips will depart on time.


For the latest information on Snoqualmie Pass traffic, construction and closures, please click here


See WSDOT weather for more information:

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