Convenient access along the Burlington Northern-Santa Fe mainline, as well as close proximity to the I-5 corridor and Hwy 281 places the Port of Quincy Intermodal Facility in a strategic and easily accessible location for truck and rail customers.
The airport is owned by the City of Quincy and operated by the Port of Quincy. Currently, there is one 3,660-foot runway and six planes are based there. The airfield serves medical and general aviation needs.
In June 2013, The Port of Quincy was approached by Dave Bishop to see if the Port would be interested in purchasing his property located on the cliffs above the Columbia River; it is bordered by lands owned by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, The Bureau of Reclamation, and The Bureau of Land Management. Over the years, Mr. Bishop has allowed people to use his property to access the public use properties bordering his place for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding with some great vistas of the area.