January 15, 2021
Update on the Port's COVID-19 response
There’s nothing worse than being hungry and pressed for time at the airport. Our last apps blog post featured a few apps to help you get to the airport. Here we include a few apps from restaurants at Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) Airport that will get you fed, caffeinated, and on your way. Bon appetit!
Available before Security, Main Terminal, A, B, C, and D Gates and Baggage Claim
The Starbucks® app makes it fast and easy to pay for your favorite drinks and food. No order online functionality for SEA, but you can track your rewards account and pay online. And you can even find that great song you heard in the store.
Available in Central Terminal
One of SEA's newest restaurants allows you to order your salad, grain bowl, or wrap online or through the app, and pick it up at the Central Terminal restaurant. You can order one of their recipes or customize your own by picking your own base options, toppings, proteins, and dressings. Order ahead for your arrival, or pick it up ASAP when you're already there.
Available at the beginning of B Gates
The QDOBA Rewards app lets you order in advance, track your purchases, and earn points towards free food. Pick up at the beginning of B Gates.
Available in the B Gates
Order, pay, and pick up your food through the app. Also order gift cards and get weekly deals.
Available in the C Gates
Order deli items like soups and salads or mac and cheese from your phone, then pick it up at the airport restaurant.
Available in the S Gates
The app allows you to find a coffee bar and manage your rewards program and purchases. The ability to order ahead, pay, and order gift cards is rolling out in 2019.
Need help finding one of these restaurants? The FlySEA App puts an airport directory right in your pocket. The app helps you: check the wait times at TSA Security checkpoints before you leave; search for shopping and dining in the airport and get help navigating there; verify if your flight is on time; or capture a photo of your car and the floor, row, and space number so you don’t forget where you parked.
January 15, 2021
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