Spokane International Airport is a public airport located in Spokane County, five miles (8 km) southwest of the city of Spokane, Washington, USA.
Known as Sunset Field before 1941, it was purchased from the county by the Department of Defense and renamed Geiger Field after Major Harold C. Geiger, an Army aviator. It was designated Spokane's municipal airport in 1946, replacing Felts Field, and received its present name in 1960.Spokane International Airport is a 4,800 acre commercial service airport served by ten airlines and three air cargo carriers. The airport processed 3.1 million passengers and 57,000 U.S. air cargo tons in 2004. It is the second largest airport in the State of Washington and recognized by the FAA as a small hub.