Explore Sea-Tac’s Terminal by each concourse for all available retail, dining and services!
The SEA Airport parking garage is extra busy for holiday travel. Allow extra time to find a parking spot or consider taking other transportation like the Link light rail 1 Line to the airport.
SEA trains have always had the ability to get you across the terminal in a snap and help you access the N and S Concourses, and now the airport’s train system has a new name. Allow us to reintroduce the airport’s train system as the SEA Underground! Hop on board and mind the gap with these tips and tricks. Next stop: SEA Underground! Learn what you can find at each SEA Underground stations. Learn More
The new location has doubled in size from 900 square feet to 1800 square feet with more dedicated space for sorting lost items, including motorized mobile shelving, which is more efficient and increases storage capacity. With the increased number of customer service windows (from one to three), the Lost & Found team will help you reunite with your things much more efficiently. Learn More
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