Fee schedule

Find information regarding aircraft fee schedules in Washington state.

This chart is a pro-rated fee schedule based on:

  • When you purchased your aircraft (for example, if you buy an aircraft in July, the pro-rated fee would be $40).
  • When your aircraft returns to airworthy status (for example, if your aircraft returned to airworthy status in July, the pro-rated fee would be $40).
  • When your aircraft returns to Washington state (for example, if your aircraft returns to the state in July, the pro-rated fee would be $40).
Type of aircraft Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Single engine 65.00 60.83 56.67 52.50 48.33 44.17 40.00 35.83 31.67 27.50 23.33 19.17
Small multi-engine 80.00 74.58 69.17 63.75 58.33 52.92 47.50 42.08 36.67 31.25 25.83 20.42
Large multi-engine 95.00 88.33 81.67 75.00 68.33 61.67 55.00 48.33 41.67 35.00 28.33 21.67
Turbo-prop multi 115.00 106.67 98.33 90.00 81.67 73.33 65.00 56.67 48.33 40.00 31.67 23.33
Turbo jet 140.00 129.58 119.17 108.75 98.33 87.92 77.50 67.08 56.67 46.25 35.83 25.42
Helicopter 90.00 83.75 77.50 71.25 65.00 58.75 52.50 46.25 40.00 33.75 27.50 21.25
Sail plane 35.00 33.33 31.67 30.00 28.33 26.67 25.00 23.33 21.67 20.00 18.33 18.00
Lighter than air 35.00 33.33 31.67 30.00 28.33 26.67 25.00 23.33 21.67 20.00 18.33 18.00
Home built 35.00 33.33 31.67 30.00 28.33 26.67 25.00 23.33 21.67 20.00 18.33 18.00

Zero emission electric vehicle registrations in Washington

increased 192% between 2017 and 2021.

45 projects to improve freight rail structures and freight movement

were underway as of December 31, 2021.

Washington state leveraged $100,000 to secure $27 million

in funding for airport investments in Fiscal Year 2022.