As a private plane passes by, passengers board to the rear of jet at Bellingham International Airport in Bellingham. Bellingham’s airport director expects that a new terminal in Everett will draw less than 5 percent of air passengers away from Bellingham. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

As a private plane passes by, passengers board to the rear of jet at Bellingham International Airport in Bellingham. Bellingham’s airport director expects that a new terminal in Everett will draw less than 5 percent of air passengers away from Bellingham. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Will Everett service affect Bellingham’s once-busier airport?

Officials there expect little impact, but they’re offering incentives to lure another carrier.

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