Air Traffic Control Tower



The control tower at the Walla Walla Regional Airport is part of the federal contract tower program with ATC Services provided by Serco Management Services, Inc., a division of Serco Group, plc. one of the world's leading and most admired service companies.  The Air Traffic Control staff at ALW has experience controlling military and civilian aircraft in locations from as far away as Midway Island, the Persian Gulf and McMurdo Station in Antarctica to locations closer to home such as, Whidbey Island, Fallon Nevada and many airports in between.

Please let us know how we are doing! SERCO survey.

ALW Control Tower Operations/Statistics (.pdf)

The controllers at ALW are available to answer questions, address concerns or to simply talk "shop".  A packet containing locally produced "Tower Tips", "Hot Spots" and runway safety items is available for the asking.  The packet is designed for student pilots, but is useful to everyone.

Tower Tours are available depending on the current security condition.  Tours must be coordinated in advance with the Air Traffic Manager.  Tour participants must be U.S. Citizens.



Tower Hours

0600 - 1830L Daily

Contact Info

Bob Eck
Air Traffic Manager
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198 W. Curtis Avenue
Walla Walla, WA 99362

Owned and Operated by the Port of Walla Walla
Port of Walla Walla

Airport Terminal Building
45 Terminal Loop
Walla Walla, WA (USA) 99362-2269

Airport Administrative Office
310 A Street
Walla Walla, WA (USA) 99362-2269
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