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.
Our Cargo Facilities
- 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
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Basics
Sea-Tac Airport operates three category IIIb certified runways using ASR-9 and ASDE-X radars which reduce congestion and delays.
- 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 http://www.airnav.com/airport/KSEA.