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Sea-Tac Traveler Updates

Holiday Entertainment and Travel Tips from Sea-Tac Airport

Avoiding traffic, pickup tips, what’s new, and the busiest days

As December holiday travel is upon us, enjoy passenger amenities at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport that ranked #1 among U.S. airports this year by the Global Gateway Alliance. Here’s a rundown of holiday traffic numbers and travel tips, all to help reduce stress and waiting time for passengers and visitors alike. There’s even a holiday program for the entire family with live entertainment, Seattle-themed photo opportunities and souvenir giveaways throughout the terminal.
  • Read article here
  • View the Merchants at Sea-Tac Holiday program here

Detours In and Out of the Airport

Late night and early morning travelers using the south entrance to the airport or the exit on the Arrivals drive will face some minor detours in the next few weeks due to Sound Transit construction. Read more.

Lounges Open to All Passengers for $50 Daily Rate

Want to escape the busy airport terminal? Visit one of our airport lounges. You'll enjoy: 
  • Sea-Tac Free Wi-Fi
  • Separate group meeting rooms
  • Views of the airfield, Cascade & Olympic Mountains and Mount Rainier 
  • Bar service and snacks
If you want to enjoy any of the great dining options at Sea-Tac Airport, and still get your work done in a peaceful setting, no problem! Guests are welcome to purchase from airport restaurants and enjoy them in the lounges.

36 Additional Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Parking Garage

Getting ‘plugged-in’ is easier than ever at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The Port of Seattle recently opened 36 new electric vehicle charging stations in Sea-Tac’s main terminal garage to become the largest provider of any North American airport. The charging stations, compatible with most electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, are free to visitors who pay to park in the garage. Combined with Sea-Tac’s 12 existing charging stations, installed over the past two years, the airport now offers 48 spaces on a first-come, first-served basis.

Now, more water filling stations

In a move to increase passenger convenience, we have installed three new water bottle filling stations. Say goodbye to awkwardly tipping bottles while chasing water fountains. Find these new stations post-security:  

• Across from Gate A-5 near the Africa Lounge • Across from Gate A-2 north of Checkpoint 2 • At the beginning of the D gates between Checkpoint 4 and Gate D-1 • Middle of the central terminal food court.

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