Seattle Tacoma (SEA) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM

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My daughter is flying by herself and the connection time from SEA arrival to LIH departure is 58 minutes. Does she have enough time to make this connection and should she get help once getting off in SEA to get to LIH gate, terminal?? I'm worried about her travelling alone in such big airport. Both flights are with Alaska Airlines if that's any help. Also I'm assuming she will be clearing customs and immigration in YVR
Seattle only has one terminal. Yes, she will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Vancouver. All she has to do in Seattle is go from her arrival gate to her departure gate. She has enough time if the flight from Vancouver is on-time.
Traveling from Boston to Seattle to Seoul, Korea on Delta. Will baggage be checked straight through to Seoul, or do I need to collect it in Seattle and go through Customs? Will 90 minutes be enough time to make connections?
Yes, your bags will go straight through if both flights are on the same reservation. Yes, that is enough time if both flights are on the same reservation.
Flying Delta from YVR to SEA and on to Kona, Hawaii. Wondering what terminal (s) I will fly to and from in Seattle. Thanks.
Seattle only has one terminal. You will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Vancouver. Both of your flights will likely be in concourse A or B. All you have to do in Seattle is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Thank you, ZAP.
Arriving at SEA with EK 227 from Dubai at 06:55 and transit to SLC with Alaska Airlines 09:50. Are three hours enough time to do the necessary (immigration, re-check bags, security, etc.) Also, will it be Concourse C, D or N for the departure of Alaska Airlines to SLC?
For got to mention - both the reservations are on the same ticket.
Yes, that should be enough time. You could depart in C, D, or N.
Traveling from PDX to SEA on Alaska arriving at 10:47pm then to Jakarta on EVA air. leaving at 1:30am.Do I have enough time to retrieve my bag and check in at EVA ticketing?
Yes, that should be enough time if everything goes smoothly.
I have only 1Hr and 15 minutes, arriving from Phoenix,Arizona by Alaska Airlines and departing to Dubai by Emirates Airways should i carry luggage and how much time will it take for me to connect the Emirates Airways Flight.Both the flights are on same reservation.
That is enough time. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate on the way to Dubai.
Thanks for your response
I have only 120 minutes, arriving from Anchroch by Alaska Arilines and departing to London by British Airways should i carry luggage and how much time will it take for me to connect the British Airways Flight
All you have to do is take the trains from N to S if both flights are on the same reservation. You have plenty of time.
Thanks for the reply, but i hold 2 different flight reservations....
and arrival baggage to be claimed and check-in in BA flights
Then that is quite a bit more difficult. I thought you said you were going to carry-on luggage?
How much time do I need to travel from Gate D1 to Gate A5.?
assuming your bags are checked through it should take less than 15 minutes.
I am arriving with Alaska Airlines at SEA airport aand depart to Fankfurt. I am assuming the Alska Airlines arrive at N and the depart is from S gates. I wonder if 75 min are enough, and if i need to check in again the baggage. Thanks for any advice.
Ye, that is enough time. If both flights are on the same reservation you don't have to do anything with your bags in Seattle on your way to Frankfurt.
I need to take a flt from terminal C
I arrive at terminal N at 9:00am and my flt leaves at 9:55am from terminal C. DO I have enough time to make the FLT
C and N are just concourses not Terminals. You have enough time. You just have to take a train inside security from N to C.