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  • arriving on a domestic flight and departing on an international flight
    Aug 16, 2013
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    I arrive on Delta Flight DL7541 operated by Alaskan Airlines and depart on Delta Flight DL183 for Osaka Japan, can you give me directions upon reaching the airport.

     

    You could arrive either in the N satellite or D Concourse. You will depart from the S satellite. If you arrive in N, you need to take the train to the Main Terminal North station, then get on another train to the Main Terminal South station, then a third train to the S Satellite. If you arrive in D, you walk to the Main Terminal North station and then follow the same route.

     

  • connecting alaska flight to pasco
    Aug 15, 2013
    1
    how/were do I get to the connecting flight after arriving in SEA

     

    At SEA, Alaska Airlines uses Satellite North (N gates), Concource C (C gates) and Concourse D (D gates). Your boarding pass and the overhead screens on arrival will indicate flight and gate numbers. While the Concourses are connected at post-security, the Satellite is linked to the main terminal by continuously running underground loop trains. If departing from the North Satellite, add 10-15 mins transfer time.

     

  • S0915JC
    Aug 14, 2013
    1
    I'll be flying into Seattle on Alaska Airlines next month. Where do I go to make connecting flight on Alaska Airlines to Bellingham?

     

    Alaska uses Satellite North and Concourses C & D of the Main Terminal. Concourse C has gates C2A-C2M & C3-C20. Near gate C14, go down to transit to D & N gates. Concourse D has gates D1-D11. Opposite gate D3, down 2 levels, is transit to C & N gates. The North Satellite has gates N1-N16. Near gate N10, down one level, is transit to Main Terminal, baggge claim & all other gates. Check the overhead screens on arrival for your connecting flight & gate number.

     

  • Getting from B gates to D gates?
    Jul 31, 2013
    1
    How long? Walkable?

     

    Yes, the only way to get between them is walking. It should take between 10 and 20 minutes.

     

  • Quickest way to get from C gates to D gates
    Jul 22, 2013
    2
    What is the quickest way to get from C gates to D gates for a connecting flight? Is it quicker to just walk it on the same level or take the train 2 levels down?

     

    At SEA, Concourses A, B, C & D are connected at post-security, enabling passengers to freely move around without having to leave the secured area.

     

    Just walk, it's a very simple connection.

     

  • 30 minute connection time
    Jul 21, 2013
    2
    IIs 30 minutes enough time to connect from Alaska Airlines # 2294 (operated by Horizon Air) to JetBlue # 908? Flights are booked separately and there is no luggage.

     

    If you check in online before you leave, it's barely enough time, but there's zero room for error and if you miss your connection you won't be reaccomodated.

     

    Thank you for the reply. In what direction does the underground train travel? In other words, does it go from the North Satellite to Gates D, then C, then back to the North Satellite or does it travel from North Satellite to Gates C, then D, then back to the North Satellite?

     

  • Seattle to Anchorage
    Jul 21, 2013
    1
    We are flying in from SF and transferring to a flight to Anchorage, all on Alaska. One of our party will be getting wheelchair to assist. We only have an hour between flights. Do you know if we change concourse and if we will have enough time?

     

    Alaska operates from a few different concourses. You won't know until the day of your flight what gates you will use, but you will have enough time.

     

  • Move around concourses
    Jul 11, 2013
    1
    I'm arriving 7/17 on KLM KL 6162 operated by Delta Airlines as DL232, departing Alaska Air AS0095. I must recheck my luggage and go through TSA security screening prior to proceeding to my connecting flight. Can you tell me the gate or terminal locations and how to move from one to the other? And how long will it take? I have 1 hour 35 min layover.

     

    Your Delta flight will arrive in the S Satellite and your Alaska flight will leave from the C or D concourse or the N Satellite. You will take the underground train from the S Satellite to the main terminal where you will then go to your Alaska gate. If your Alaska gate is in N terminal then you need to take a separate underground train there. Follow the signs. It could take anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes depending on the gates.

     

  • Horizon Terminal
    Jul 9, 2013
    1
    Does Horizon operate out of the North Satellite?

     

    Some of their flights use the North satellite, but some also use concourse C of the main terminal.

     

  • Alaska Flight Connections
    Jul 9, 2013
    3
    We have a flight arriving from PDX at 9:15pm and a connection to FLL at 10:05pm. Any suggestion as for the time to get to the gates and how. The PDX plane flight is 2056 and the FLL is 28.

     

    Was not able to get listing for aariving flight 2056; however flight 28 to FLL (Alaska Airline) leaves from the North Satellite , gate N7. If your arriving flight is also by Alaska, you will simply walk to your connecting gate there.

     

    Thanks for the info, the 2056 flight is through Horizon Air operated by Alaska

     

    Flight 2056 could arrive at concourse C or in the North Satellite. If you need to go between C and the North Satellite there is an underground train.

     

  • Delta to JetBlue in 1:25?
    Jun 30, 2013
    1
    I am flying from San Diego to Seattle on Delta, from 4:15pm to 6:50pm. I then have to get off the plane, get to the main terminal, check my baggage with JetBlue, go through security and my flight is at 8:15pm. Will I have enough time to do everything? Flight 7661 from San Diego to Seattle It is flight 907 on JetBlue

     

    Delta flight 7661is actually Alaska Airlines flight 493. I think you will have enough time, but barely and you'll have to hurry.

     

  • RCF TO NORTH SATELLITE
    Jun 30, 2013
    3
    Is there any handicap assistance available from the RCF to the North Satellite? I am travelling with my Mother who needs assistance. I have arranged for help with United after the check in, but, she needs help. She can not walk far.

     

    What's an RCF?

     

    the rental car facility(building) is shown as RFC on the map.

     

    She will only have to get herself from the Rental Car Facility to the check-in counter, which is not in the North Satellite, but in the main terminal. You could perhaps call the rental car company and ask if they have any assistance that they can call out to them to help her get to the check-in counter.

     

  • move around concourses
    Jun 19, 2013
    1
    I'm arriving 6/22 on Delta 1653, departing Alaska Air 87. Can you tell me the gate or terminal locations and how to move from one to the other? and how long will it take- I have 1 hour 20 min layover.

     

    Delta arrives at gate S3 of the South Satellite; Alaska Air departs from gate N9 of the North Satellite. To connect between the N gates and the S gates, take the train from South or North Satellite to the Main Terminal, then cross over and take the train on the opposite side, which is the shuttle that runs at post-security between the North & South stations. You have enough time.

     

  • 1 hour enough time to connect to Int'l flight?
    Jun 19, 2013
    1
    I arrive at SEA 15:20 on Alaska AS2170 (as Horizon) and need to connect to my next flight SEA to KEF on Icelandair FI680 at 16:30. I have spoken to two Icelandair reps who assure me this is enough time. Is it really enough time? I will not have checked bags. How far do I have to go? What are the usual gates for these flights? Thank you.

     

    Horizon uses both Satellite South (S gates)and Concourse C (C gates), while Icelandair uses Satellite South. Transfer between S Satellite & Concourse C: take first the train from the South Satellite to the Main Terminal, cross over to the shuttle to the North Transit Station, from there cross again to the train at the opposite side to take you to the end of Concourse C. You should be able to make the transfer in time.

     

  • Domestic flight to international with checked luggage
    Jun 19, 2013
    3
    We will be flying into the N satellite terminal on AS. We want to retrieve our luggage at the Baggage Claim area. We do not want it transferred by the airline due to a past bad experience. We have separately purchased tickets for each flight. From the Baggage Claim area, how do we get to the S satellite terminal to check our luggage and take an international (BA) flight to London. We will have a 6 hr layover. Thanks for any assistance.

     

    All the baggage claim and ticketing areas are connected. So you can easily just claim your baggage from your AS flight and walk to the BA check-in counter to check it. Note that due to your long layover the BA counter may not be open yet.

     

    Wouldn't there be quite a distance to walk between the two terminals? If so, is it possible to take the airport transit train?

     

    There is only one terminal where check-in and baggage claim is done. The S terminal is just gates.

     





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