NAS Whidbey Island

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+1-360-257-2604
+1-360-257-2328

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WA
United States
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820-xxxx
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48° 19' 59.3328" N, 122° 40' 8.4" W
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48° 19' 42.24" N, 122° 39' 2.52" W
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  • Navy Lodge: 360-675-0633
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48° 16' 52.3992" N, 122° 37' 26.4" W
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  • Billeting: (360) 257-2529 (approx 0.5 miles from the Pax Terminal) or 1-877-NAVY-BED
  • Off-Base Lodging:
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48° 20' 17.052" N, 122° 40' 44.436" W
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  • Available about 2 blocks from terminal and across the street. Look for the lot with the cars with cloth covers and flat tires (belonging to folks who are out on ships and deployed). No need for a permit or anything.
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  • Online Flight Schedules: See Terminal Web Page
  • No AMCGRAM Available
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  • Lockers: None
  • Internet/WiFi:
  • USO: No
  • Base Dining Facility:
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48° 20' 42.0288" N, 122° 40' 12.0432" W
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+1-360-257-2529
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  • On-Base Shuttle:
  • Rental Car (In Terminal):
  • Rental Car (Off Base): Enterprise, 360-675-6052; Hertz, 360-257-5355
  • Taxi:  Ault Field Taxi: 360-682-6920
  • Shuttle: SeaTac Shuttle provides service from Whidbey Island to Seattle-Tacoma Airport. Call 360-679-4003 (Local)  or  877-679-4003 (Toll-free)
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  • Local Rail:
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  • Space A sign up is available at the Whidbey Terminal, sign ups must be in person and within 72 hours of departure.
  • ITT located in "Convergence Zone", Mon-Thur 1000-2100 Fri-Sat 1000-2400 Sun 1000-2100
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How do I travel to/from NAS Whidbey Island? (Current as of Jul 06)

  • NAS Whidbey Island almost brings new meaning to the term "isolated." It is located in a very lovely area, on an island (of course), roughly 2 hours drive north of Seattle (depending on traffic). The base actually consists of 2 separate bases, the Naval Air Station (Ault Field) and the Seaplane Base. Many distances are long. At least one auto rental agency (Enterprise) will pick up, during normal working hours, at the air terminal, but Enterprise will not do one-way rentals. There is a Navy Lodge located at the Seaplane Base, which is a fair distance from the air terminal. I do not believe that there is an on-base shuttle bus. Some taxis may be allowed on base (not confirmed). It would be a mistake to arrive without some form of transportation arranged, or possibly getting some help from a fellow passenger, who has a car on the base.
  • There is one shuttle service that can come onto the base, and pick up passengers. Reservations are required. Their schedules and rates are available online: at the SeaTac Shuttle Website. Almost directly across from the air terminal there is a McDonald's, which is open every day. Turn left at the McDonald's, and walk one block to Intruder Street. Turn right on Intruder Street, then walk past the galley to BEQ 2701 (ahead, on the right side -- there is prominent signage at this building). In front of the building, there is a sign for a shuttle stop.

How do I travel to/from NAS Whidbey Island using commercial bus only? (Current as of Aug 10)

  • See this document (courtesy of John Fleming) for how to travel to/from Seattle and McChord AFB using commercial bus only (cheaper than using the shuttles but journey takes approx 7 hours).
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  • Online Flight Schedules: See Terminal Web Page
  • No AMCGRAM Available
  • Terminal Hours:
  • Terminal Dining:
  • Lockers: None
  • Internet/WiFi:
  • USO: No
  • Base Dining Facility:
  • Billeting: (360) 257-2529 (approx 0.5 miles from the Pax Terminal) or 1-877-NAVY-BED
  • Off-Base Lodging:
  • Navy Lodge: 360-675-0633
  • Available about 2 blocks from terminal and across the street. Look for the lot with the cars with cloth covers and flat tires (belonging to folks who are out on ships and deployed). No need for a permit or anything.
  • On-Base Shuttle:
  • Rental Car (In Terminal):
  • Rental Car (Off Base): Enterprise, 360-675-6052; Hertz, 360-257-5355
  • Taxi:  Ault Field Taxi: 360-682-6920
  • Shuttle: SeaTac Shuttle provides service from Whidbey Island to Seattle-Tacoma Airport. Call 360-679-4003 (Local)  or  877-679-4003 (Toll-free)
  • Local Bus:
  • Local Rail:
  • Space A sign up is available at the Whidbey Terminal, sign ups must be in person and within 72 hours of departure.
  • ITT located in "Convergence Zone", Mon-Thur 1000-2100 Fri-Sat 1000-2400 Sun 1000-2100

How do I travel to/from NAS Whidbey Island? (Current as of Jul 06)

  • NAS Whidbey Island almost brings new meaning to the term "isolated." It is located in a very lovely area, on an island (of course), roughly 2 hours drive north of Seattle (depending on traffic). The base actually consists of 2 separate bases, the Naval Air Station (Ault Field) and the Seaplane Base. Many distances are long. At least one auto rental agency (Enterprise) will pick up, during normal working hours, at the air terminal, but Enterprise will not do one-way rentals. There is a Navy Lodge located at the Seaplane Base, which is a fair distance from the air terminal. I do not believe that there is an on-base shuttle bus. Some taxis may be allowed on base (not confirmed). It would be a mistake to arrive without some form of transportation arranged, or possibly getting some help from a fellow passenger, who has a car on the base.
  • There is one shuttle service that can come onto the base, and pick up passengers. Reservations are required. Their schedules and rates are available online: at the SeaTac Shuttle Website. Almost directly across from the air terminal there is a McDonald's, which is open every day. Turn left at the McDonald's, and walk one block to Intruder Street. Turn right on Intruder Street, then walk past the galley to BEQ 2701 (ahead, on the right side -- there is prominent signage at this building). In front of the building, there is a sign for a shuttle stop.

How do I travel to/from NAS Whidbey Island using commercial bus only? (Current as of Aug 10)

  • See this document (courtesy of John Fleming) for how to travel to/from Seattle and McChord AFB using commercial bus only (cheaper than using the shuttles but journey takes approx 7 hours).

Please help keep this information current for your fellow travelers and send any updates or corrections to spacea@spacea.net

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