Find Cheap Flights from Kelowna to Seattle
Flight information Kelowna to Seattle
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Average flight time, total distance 344 kilometers
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Seattle / Tacoma International, Seattle Lake Union SPB and Seattle Boeing Fld
Flying out of Kelowna
Kelowna is a city in the Okanagan Valley, on the shore of Okanagan Lake bordered by mountains, orchards and over 20 vineyards who offer tastings of their wines.
When planning a trip from Kelowna to Seattle you’ll catch a flight from Kelowna International Airport, located 7 miles outside of the city. Airlines that fly to Seattle are Air Canada, WestJet, Delta Alaska Airlines and airline combinations. Flight time is about 1 hour and 50 minutes.
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For an international flight, it’s recommended that you arrive three hours before the scheduled take-off.
Seattle–Tacoma International Airport is located in Sea Tac, Washington, 13 miles outside of Seattle.
The airport will pleasantly surprise you as there is zero chance of getting lost thanks to clear directions and ever present helpful staff.
Should you be hungry or thirsty, the airport holds a number of restaurants and bars. You can start your visit to Seattle with a fortifying three-course meal, a sandwich with a salad, a hot or cold drink, or something from a vending machine.
Should you need anything like sandals, makeup, or sunglasses, plenty of stores carry whatever it is you need. Should you want your hair or nails done, a variety of salons will have you looking your best.
Other services include banking, luggage carts, an information desk, showers, outside smoking areas, water bottle filling stations and more.
Transportation from the airport to downtown Seattle is provided by King County Metro Buses, hotel shuttles, shared ride shuttles, or the LINK Light Rail train. Alternatively, you can arrange for a private car with Skyscanner car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Seattle
While it’s a good idea to pack an umbrella when vacationing in Seattle, it’s not nearly as rainy as some would like you to believe. In comparison, New York and Atlanta get more rain than Seattle.
Don’t jaywalk. Not only will you get a $56 fine, the locals will instantly know that you’re a tourist.
When you’re driving your rental car, don’t honk. You may receive a ticket for disturbing the peace.
Don’t forget to make a hotel reservation. You can arrange this within minutes with Skyscanner’s hotel page.
Attraction is Seattle
Everybody who visits Seattle is interested in the Space Needle. Built in 1962 the needle is 605 feet tall, features a restaurant and observation deck is open all year round.
Pike Place Market is another hotspot. Open since 1907 it is the oldest farmers’ market in the United States.
If you’re interested in aircraft, the Museum of Flight will be of interest. It is the largest aircraft and space vehicles museum in the world.
The Space Needle may very well be Seattle most famous attraction but there’s more to the city than just the Needle. There are over 90 sights and landmarks, over 79 museums and over 100 parks and garden and they’re all yours to explore.
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