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Sea-Tac Airport operates 24/7 with three category IIIb certified runways using ASR-9 and ASDE-X radars which reduce congestion and delays.

Three runways:
  • 16L/34R - 11,901 feet, concrete/grooved
  • 16C/34C - 9,426 feet, concrete/grooved
  • 16R/34L - 8,500 feet, concrete/grooved
Detailed information on Sea-Tac Airport is available on
  • Cargo area hardstand parking for 17 widebody aircraft
  • Port-owned and third-party developed cargo facilities to suit most needs
  • More than 200 acres of land for airport-related logistics park development
  • Onsite federal inspection services including Customs, U.S. Fish & Wildlife, USDA, FDA, CDC and TSA
  • An accessible location in the center of the greater Pacific Northwest regional market area
  • Excellent surface transportation connections, with close proximity to two major West Coast seaports
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The Puget Sound Region is a vibrant manufacturing, technology, distribution, and commercial center. Among the a-list companies that call it home are Microsoft, Amazon, Costco Wholesale, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Expedia, and Weyerhaeuser.

Access to air cargo services through Sea-Tac increases the productivity of regional businesses and enhances industry competitiveness.  Efficient and cost-effective connections to the global market provides a catalytic impact to regional industries such as:
  • Commercial aerospace
  • Hi-tech manufacturing
  • Fresh seafood products
  • High-value agriculture
Detailed data about this dynamic region is available on the Puget Sound Regional Council's Web site.


If you are interested in leasing space at the north cargo facilities, please contact any of the three operators
AMB Airport Facilities
Steve Lueck
Pier 1, Bay 1, San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 733-9523
Fax (415) 477-2023
Transiplex (Seattle) Inc:
Scott Wilson
2580 S. 156th Street, Seattle, WA 98158
(206) 244-3404

Ray Bolanos, Sr. 
(206) 919-2560

For lease