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When I land in Seattle to have to take a underground shuttle to the terminal. I don't think I can do that. Anyway around that?
No, the only in or out of the N or S concourses is the underground train. The only way you can avoid that is booking an airline that doesn't use N or S (United, American, JetBlue, Frontier, or Sun Country).
i see a wenatchee valley shuttle service that goes from sea-tac airport to e wenatchee but my flight is scheduled to arrive at 2:40 and the departure time is 3:00. is it doable? if not, the next bus doesn't leave until 8. thank you for your help
Provided your flight is not delayed, and you have no checked bags, you can make it easily. Open: wenatcheevalleyshuttle.com/schedules - showing on map bus location outside of baggage claim level.
Yes, it's possible but leaves no room for delays or collecting checked bags.
My husband will be flying into SEA-TAC for a job interview. He's never been to this airport before. He'll be flying American. He's been informed by the potential employer to take the train into downtown Seattle in order to get to his hotel. How easy will it be for him to find the train departure point?
1. Open http://www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac/Maps-and-Directions/Pages/Terminal-Overview.aspx - look at A gates (served by American Airlines) 2. The Link Light Rail to the City departs from the new SeaTac/Airport Station, which is connected by a pedestrian covered walkway to Skybridge 6, located on the 4th floor of the Parking Garage, which connects to the main passenger terminal's ticketing level. Trains run every 7.5 minutes during rush hours and every 15 minutes thereafter, MonSat 5am-1am & Sun 6am-midnight. He needs to get from the A gates to the Main Terminal's ticketing level. See map for Link Rail Sation: http://www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac/Maps-and-Directions/Pages/Terminal-to-Link-Light-Rail.aspx