Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Reviews

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is known as the airport with live music. The Experience the City of Music Program is a cooperative effort by the Port of Seattle, the Office of Film + Music, Seattle Music Commission and PlayNetwork. It is a comprehensive effort to showcase the Northwest’s diverse music culture and enhance the experience of millions of travelers who pass through the airport wherein in 2013, it was recognized as the “Best Arrivals Experience” by the Future Travel Experience Awards.
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In this review, we’ll be talking more about the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Take time to read and discover Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).

Airport’s Facilities

Most of the public restrooms at the airport feature larger stalls for wheelchair access, grab bars, and lower accessories such as paper towel dispensers and mirrors while an airport information booth is located in the baggage claim area, across from carousel 12.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Reviews-restaurant and barsEnjoy the variety of dining options available to travelers arriving at the Seattle – Tacoma International Airport. The Grove, Africa Lounge, Burger King, Pizza Hut Express, The Edge Sports Bar, Runway Deli, Sports Page Pub, The Mountain Room Bar are some of the fine restaurants and bars at the airport.

For shoppers looking for the best prices, duty free shops are conveniently located at concourses A and C as well as the North and South Satellites. For currency exchange, Travelex has offices in the Main Terminal.

To keep travellers’ electronic devices fully charged, free electrical outlets are available under the seats at most gates in Concourses A, B and the South Satellite.

The airport is open for 24 hours but not all its facilities and stores. Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Getting To and From

Here’s how to get to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport by driving:
From the north (Seattle) or south (Tacoma), take Interstate 5 to exits 154 and 154 respectively and drive west on SR 518 to the airport exit. From the east, take Interstate 405 (which turns into SR 518), and then take the Airport Expressway to the terminal.
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From the airport, travellers can transit through the available Central Link light rail service which operates from a station on the fourth floor of the airport. Bus, shuttle and taxi are also part of the options.

Location – Traffic – Service

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is located 19 km (12 miles) south of Seattle, in Washington state. SEA serves as the hub for Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Horizon Air which service flights to cities throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

According to statistics, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport had accommodated 42,340,537 passengers in 2015 which is 12.91% up from 2014.

Being the main access point for western Washington state, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has one main terminal (with four concourses), two satellites (North and South) and three concrete runways.

Airport/Terminal Map
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*Actual shot of the Airport Directory at the airport

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In this Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Reviews, SEA had gathered an overall score of 4 out 5 star rating from 1,129 customers based on Google reviews. This let alone makes the airport a renowned airport internationally.

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  1. Not actually the best airport so far. But definitely one of the most organized, given the volume of travellers flying everyday. Restrooms are somehow clean but not enough. Facilities are just the common things you’ll see. I almost fly here once a month. I dunno. It just feel neutral.

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