Airports in Seattle
Seattle's main airport is Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Other Airports operating near Seattle are: Seattle Boeing Field International Airport (BFI, 5.5 miles), Mount Vernon Skagit Regional Airport (56.1 miles), Port Angeles Fairchild International Airport (65.3 miles), Rosario SPB (75.0 miles), Vancouver International Airport (115.9 miles) and Portland International Airport (140.5 miles). On arrival at Seattle's airports visitors are certain to be impressed by these well-run airports. Seattle's airport parking meets the needs of travelers as do the outstanding airport hotels in Seattle.
Seattle Tacoma International Airport, also known as Sea Tac, is situated just 14 miles from downtown Seattle. Transportation to and from the airport is provided by taxis, buses and shuttles. The main terminal building of Sea Tac has four concourses and there are also two satellite terminals. Help desks can be found throughout the airport. Other facilities and services in Seattle Tacoma International Airport include: ATMs, foreign exchange, Internet, a meditation room, pet toilets, a massage room, duty-free shops, restaurants, bars, business centers and disabled facilities. Seattle's airport hotels provide travelers with convenient and comfortable accommodation.
Seattle Boeing Field International Airport is also called King County International Airport. Only 5 miles from downtown, this airport handles approximately 300 000 operations annually. Small commercial airlines, private aircraft, corporate jets, cargo carriers, helicopters and military aircraft land and take off from Boeing Field. Boeing also has their 737 flight-test program set-up here. Those who are interested may also wish to visit the Museum of flight where they can view many aircraft and displays of aviation history.
Whether you are in one of Seattle's airports for an hour or for several hours you are sure to have a pleasant experience.