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Emergency / Medical Servicesat Seattle Tacoma SEA Airport

Emergency Services For police, fire or medical emergency, call 911. For a non-emergency, call (206)787-3490 (Port Police).

Police Department has offices on level 3 of the Main Terminal (entrance on the Ticketing Level next to the exit from the B Concourse), and has a sub-station on the Baggage Level, across from Carousel 12.

People With Special Needs / Persons With Disabilities

Wheelchair service is provided by airlines; contact your airline 48 hours prior to scheduled departure, or include request for wheelchair when making reservations.  Also contact your airline in advance for medical requirements and inquire whether you can be accompanied to the gate.
Wheelchairs are also available for rent at Ken's Baggage & Frozen Food Storage (open: www.kensbaggage.com

Furthermore, wheelchair assistance is available by Huntleigh (tel. 206-396-5275) from garage and Link Light Rail Airport station. 
Wheelchair rental is available at Ken's Baggage & Storage (tel. 206 433-5333 or visit kensbaggae.com), located on the baggage claim level.
If arriving at the Airport by train: Go to mezzanine level of the train station; from thee contact Huntleigh at 206-396-5275 from your cell phone; then walk towards the bridge to the Airport., where Huntleigh staff will meet you.  (while service is free, gratuities are appreciated.) Service must be arranged in advance!
All elevators are equipped with Braille, lowered control panels, floor-passing gongs, and raised call buttons.
Parking is available at Terminal Direct Parking (level 4) and General Parking (level 5).

Helpful Tips For Airline Passengers

Being a providing hub for information about Seattle Tacoma Airport, iFly.com can help you get to, through, and between airports with ease. Here are some suggestions that can help you on your visit to the airport:

  • Seeking a place for religious prayer? Check here for location and hours.
  • Missing an item? Forget something at security? Please find the contact info for items lost in the airport here.
  • If you need money for your trip, you can find ATMs or currency exchangers in the terminal by checking here.
  • Are you an elite frequent flyer or traveling in business or first class, it is worth looking into where the airline lounges are located.
  • If you have a few minutes to spare before your flight leaves, why not grab a snack, sip a coffee, or take a look around the stores. See your options here.
  • Need a quick way to get to your destination from the terminals? Check out your public transportation options here.