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Accessibility at SEA Airport

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Accessible travel for all

At Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) we strive to make your travel experience accessible for all. 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 people with visible and invisible disabilities.

Planning ahead

If you or someone you are traveling with requires assistance, we recommend planning ahead with your airline to have the best experience 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.

Going through security

Checkpoint and Security Screening Accessibility tools are available to make your travels easier. Learn more about Passenger Support Specialists, Sunflower Lanyards and the TSA Cares helpline that can provide information about and assistance in preparing for airport screening procedures.

SEA Access

SEA Access is our program to support travelers with disabilities and promise to make the airport the most accessible in the nation. SEA is honored to received the Airports Council International (ACI) World’s Accessibility Enhancement Accreditation (AEA) program, which provides a continuous path of improvement for airports in the area of accessibility for passengers with disabilities.

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