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Information was obtained from legal documents, government documents, correspondence, original applications, and newspaper articles from The Arlington Times.
Over the years the airport office has compiled a collection of historical articles, pictures, drawings, and documents.
Officially, Arlington Airport dates back to 13 February 1934, when the Arlington Commercial Club leased 200 acres of forestland from Mr. M. Mirckenmeier for $100 per year.
U. S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Arlington, Washington began in 1940, when the Navy leased the airstrip from the town of Arlington to supplement training facilities at Seattle.
The Airport rapidly assumed its caretaker status being used primarily as an emergency landing field for NAS Whidbey.
Currently, the airport is host to several businesses making significant contributions to the aviation industry.