January 23, 2023
By Aly Lande
As you rushed by the barricades in Central Terminal to catch your flight, have you wondered ... What? Why? When? Well, the barricades are coming down this week to reveal one of the most buzz-worthy and noticeable parts of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Here’s a breakdown of what to expect for the work to reveal the new Central Terminal with a brand-new space, more seats, and exciting eats.
This project ends several years of construction on the Central Terminal Renovation Project. The Phase 1 completion brought sweeping views of the airfield, new restaurants, ADA improvements, and better seating and charging areas. And the Marketplace gets a new life.
This week! If you’re traveling the week of November 14-18, 2022, here’s what you need to know to navigate around the construction:
Because we know this work may impact your airport journey. These helpful tips will help you prepare:
We know construction can be an overwhelming experience and we appreciate your patience. The new and modern spaces, services, and amenities will be worth it — we promise!
Not only will you get back the airfield views from the Central Terminal, but you will also gain more light from the window wall and more seating and charging areas. But the most exciting improvements will be a new fine dining experience with Salty’s at the SEA and BrewTop Social, a craft brewery featuring the best of our region. The Central Terminal will also host a brand-new Centurion Lounge by American Express. Stay tuned to learn more about those openings!
While we’re thrilled to be named a 4-Star airport by Skytrax, we’re not relaxing just yet. We’re focusing on a better experience for you and building a great airport that will elevate your travel experience every day. After the Central Terminal is complete, a new initiative to build your airport of the future begins. The launch of Upgrade SEA will begin to upgrade facilities, services and amenities, and makes your travel experience predictable and easy.
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January 23, 2023
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