Check out what’s new at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has new facilities, new amenities, and new technology that makes travel easier. Sponsored by SEA.

SEATAC, Wash – Summer is here, which means travel here. And if you haven’t been to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for a while, there are plenty of new facilities, amenities, and technologies to make your travel experience even better.

Here is a breakdown of some:

From Sea-Tac to SEA

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport says goodbye to Sea-Tac and hello to SEA, pronounced SEA. The airport changed its name in 2020. You’ve probably seen it for years on your baggage tags – the airport code has always been SEA – but now it’s the official name.

International reception facility

New international reception facility has just opened.

International visitors will go through the large lobby to check in. It is almost five times larger than the old space and has a beautiful skywalk. It is the longest active taxiway walkway in the world and is 85 feet high. Here’s a fun fact – if you stand your ground, it will be taller than the Space Needle. That’s a whopping 780 feet long.

Bonus: the views are incredible. You can watch the Olympics to the west and Mount Rainier to the south.

North lounge

On the other side of the airport is the north concourse, which houses a beautiful 85-foot-tall, 40-foot-wide sculpture on the base of an Alaskan yellow cedar.

This part of SEA is also very eco-friendly. Rainwater collected from the roof is used to flush the toilet.

SEA spot saver

Want security faster than waiting? SEA spot saver is a new piece of technology that helps keep your place in the overall security checkpoint route. You can make a reservation online – for free – 72 hours in advance.

Sponsored by SEA. Evening of King 5 Northwest celebration. Contact us: Facebook, TwitterInstagram, Email.

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Russell Falcon

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