the evergreen state, is where a pilot can find a
variety of scenery below when flying the
friendly skies. The Cascade Mountain Range
bisects the middle of the state, and the western
side of the state boasts temperate rain forests
and the Pacific Ocean coastline, while the right
side is home to a more dry climate, a few
deserts, and farmland. While scaling the Cascade
Range, take the time to appreciate the isolated
volcano known as Glacier Peak, as well as the
only active volcano in the state, Mount St.
Helens, which is known for its impressive ash
explosions and pyroclastic flows.
In 2008, the Seattle-Tacoma
Airport (located in
Seattle, Washington) served over 32 million
passengers, making it the 17th busiest airport
in the United States, and 25th in the country in
total aircraft operations. The state of
Washington is also the home of Boeing, the
world's largest aircraft manufacturer. With
Washington having so much to offer, it only
makes sense to consider moving to this beautiful
area, and experience the state for yourself.