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Accessibility at Sea-Tac Airport

Effective Jan. 1, 2019 Until Further Notice: The C Concourse Train Station will be closed due to construction upgrades. Passengers will have to use the D Concourse Train Station or the North Satellite Train Station in the interim, please use our interactive map for any way finding help or learn more about the construction project.

Accessible Travel for All

Watch our press conference on expanded accessibility services at SEA

At Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) we strive to make your travel experience as easy, safe, and comfortable as possible. Whether you are visiting Seattle, passing through, or accompanying someone else in their travels, our staff and facilities are here to assist. The airport is fully equipped with special access facilities to provide all travelers -- as well as meeters, greeters and airport employees -- with a safe, convenient means of getting around.

Planning Ahead

If you or someone you are traveling with requires assistance, we recommend planning ahead to avoid any delay or inconvenience during your visit. Contact your airline in advance to request wheelchair assistance within the airport, access to the terminal, assistance boarding a plane, wheelchairs, specific seat assignments, medication storage or dietary needs.

The TSA Cares helpline can provide information about and assistance in preparing for airport screening procedures. Contact TSA Cares 72 hours before traveling to help plan for your trip.

For additional planning on the day of travel, the new Sea-Tac app includes features such as flight notifications, parking spot reminders and up-to-date security checkpoint wait times. Free Wi-Fi is available at the airport.

Traveler Assistance

Pathfinders and volunteers are available to help passengers throughout the terminal. They walk throughout the airport and can help you find terminals, shops, restrooms and services. Pathfinders are dressed in teal jackets, and volunteers are dressed in royal blue jackets.

Ongoing Commitment to Excellence

The Port of Seattle Commission is dedicated to the task of making SEA the most accessible airport in the USA. SEA has recently partnered with the Open Doors Organization to evaluate our current conditions and further improve the experience we provide for all passengers. We are currently working on implementing recommendations proposed in the report.  If you have any additional questions or suggestions to help us achieve that goal, please contact us.

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