Fees (effective January 1, 2020): Rates and tariffs at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) are based on a two-tiered system of signatory and non-signatory airlines.
|Fee Type||Signatory Airline||Non-Signatory Airline|
|Landing Fee||$4.08 per 1,000 lbs. MGLW||$5.11 per 1,000 lbs. MGLW|
|Ramp Tower Fee||$7.81 per landing||$9.76 per landing|
Parking and Cargo Use Fees: General Aviation
|Aircraft Size (wing span in meters)||First 12 Hours||Each Additional 12 Hours||Aircraft Model Category|
|0 m - 20.00||$15||$6||Light aircraft (general aviation)|
|20.01 m - over||$100||$500||Larger Private Business Jets|
Parking and Cargo Use Fees: Cargo Use Fees
|Aircraft Size (wing span in meters)||4 hours||Each Additional 12 Hours||Aircraft Model Category|
|20.01 m - 43.00 m||$100||See Remain Over Night Fee||Narrow Body|
|43.01 m - over||$175||See Remain Over Night Fee||Wide body|
Remain Over Night (RON) Fees
|Aircraft Size (wing span in meters)||First Two 12 Hour Periods||Each Additional 12 Hours||Aircraft Model Category|
|Greater than 20.01 m||$200||$5,000||Narrow or wide body|
Remain Over Night: Charges will accrue following expiration of the use period granted for aircraft gate use as applicable, as defined in Per-Turn Fee on Common Gates (Schedule of Airline Rates and Charges). Aircraft will be charged $200.00 for each of the first two 12-hour periods, and $5,000.00 for each additional 12-hour period, or portion thereof, for parking of passenger aircraft at Common Use gates and hardstands..
Fees for Technical Stops: Parking fees are waived and a Technical Stop Parking Fee of $100 is applied for all operations of less than two (2) hours. A technical stop is defined as an aircraft that is uplifting fuel and/or exchanging flight crew. Should passengers or freight be uploaded or downloaded, or if the aircraft parking duration is in excess of two (2) hours, the aircraft will be subject to other parking fees in this tariff.
Key Definitions Applicable to SEA's Fee Structure
- Signatory Airline - Any air carrier that has entered into a signatory lease and operating agreement ("Signatory Agreement") with the Port of Seattle.
- Non-Signatory Airline - Any air carrier that is not a signatory airline or an affiliate airline and has entered into an operating permit.
- Maximum Gross Landing Weight (MGLW) - The maximum gross weight that an aircraft may lawfully have at the time of landing at any U.S. airport.
- Technical Stop - When an aircraft is only uplifting fuel and/or exchanging flight crew personnel and has less than two hours of ground time.