Cheap Flights To Seattle Tacoma International Airport

This bustling travel network is also known as SEATAC, after the name of the suburb where the airport is located. This neighborhood is squeezed between the cities of Seattle and Tacoma, hence the origin of the term. This is a major international hub that reaches regional, national, and global destinations. SEATAC is one of the biggest transportation points in the Pacific Northwest, part of a bigger network that includes airports in Vancouver, Canada and several smaller, regional airports throughout the state.

Airlines that fly to Seattle Tacoma International Airport

Seattle is big enough to host every major American airline and several of the smaller regional ones. When you fly to Seattle, check your Air Miles, loyalty points, or other special deals that you can take advantage of when you have the freedom to choose your favorite airline. The following list focuses on Canadian airlines and American carriers that use the airport as a hub. There are several European airlines with a presence here if you're flying across the pond.

  • Air Canada and Air Canada Express conduct direct and seasonal flights to Canadian destinations. You can go to Toronto or Vancouver anytime or travel to Calgary during times of higher traffic.
  • Alaska Airlines, works in partnership with Horizon Air to cover virtually every national destination, but doesn't fly directly out of the country with the exception of a few Canadian destinations.
  • Delta and its subsidiary Delta Connection also fly throughout the United States, but have more to offer than the competition when it comes to international destinations. Delta can take you to several Canadian cities along with places in Mexico, Japan, and South Korea.

Getting Around SEATAC

There are three terminals in this extensive airport, and all four are easily accessible via an automated Satellite Transit System. This is a system of three moving walkways that move people from place to place. The transit system dates from the late 1960s, making it the oldest transportation service of it's kind in the United States.

  • Central Terminal. Most of the traffic in this airport takes place in the central terminal. This is where Concourses A through D are located along with 45 departure gates.
  • North Satellite Terminal. This is the smallest of the terminals, equipped with ten gates and some basic amenities.
  • The South Satellite Terminal. Only slightly bigger than its northern counterpart, this terminal is much busier, as this is where the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities are located.

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