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COVID-19 and travel at SEA Airport More Information

Your safety, health and well-being are our priority. We require face coverings, escalated cleaning and disinfecting, implemented physical distancing, and added touchless technologies.

We’re focused on the here and now and keeping travelers and the SEA team safe. We miss you and we are ready for you when you feel good about traveling. 

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Your Health and Travel 

Before you take the skies, your experience at SEA looks and feels different. 

  • We doubled down on cleaning with frequent disinfection with medical-grade cleaning products. We even secured international accreditations for cleaning practices.
  • Added over 290 hand sanitizer stations throughout the terminal for your use. Download the SEA App with our interactive map of hand sanitizer locations.
  • Breathe easy knowing our air filtration and ventilation system constantly circulates fresh, outdoor air through the terminal and uses filters that capture 90% of COVID-19 sized particles.
  • SEA launched Pre-Booked Parking as an innovation for seamless, contact-free travel.
  • Installed nearly 650 plastic protective barriers that buffer interactions between travelers and airport employees, and 8,000 signs for reminders and spacing to honor physical distancing.
  • Eat and shop with confidence because airport restaurants and retailers are also going above and beyond to protect your health and well-being.
  • Discovery Health MD opened an on-site COVID-19 testing location for non-symptomatic travel testing.

2020 by the Numbers 

FlyHealthy@SEA 2020 by the numbers graphic

Help Stop the Spread — Passenger Actions

We’re in this together. We ask you to follow these guidelines to protect yourself, your fellow travelers, and essential airport workers.

Actions you can take to help stop the spread

  • Avoid non-essential travel
  • Stay home when you are sick. And get better soon!
  • Wear face coverings to help slow the spread of germs. Remember, masks are required in Washington state!

Practice physical distancing:

  • Maintain your distance and stay six feet (or two meters) apart from others
  • No more than four in an elevator
  • Use every fourth step on escalators
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth

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