17801 International Blvd SeaTac, WA 98158-1202 (206) 787-5388
Operated by the Port of Seattle, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA, KSEA) is ranked as the 13th busiest U.S. airport, serving nearly 42.3 million passengers and more than 332,000 metric tons of air cargo in 2015. With a regional economic impact of more than $16.3 billion in business revenue, Sea-Tac generates 171,796 jobs (109,924 direct jobs) representing over $2.8 billion in direct earnings and more than $565 million in state and local taxes. Twenty-four airlines serve 83 non-stop domestic and 24 international destinations.
Airport Near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac)
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SeaTac/Airport Station is a Sound Transit Link Light Rail station serving the city of SeaTac and the Seattle–Tacoma International Airport. It is part of the Central Link light rail line that connects the airport with Downtown Seattle. The station features public art from four artists, among them Werner Klotz and Fernanda D'Agostino.LocationThe station is located immediately west of the intersection of International Boulevard and South 176th Street. It is on airport property, just east of the airport parking garages. The light rail track leading up to the station goes south along the Airport Expressway from the Tukwila International Boulevard Station.Station layoutPedestrian connectionsThere is a pedestrian bridge crossing International Boulevard from the station to a kiss and ride facility and the future SeaTac city center. The bridge is accessed by elevators and a stairway to street level. King County Metro's RapidRide A Line provides further southbound travel to the cities of Des Moines & Federal Way.