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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

Also known as Sea-Tac, the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the primary commercial airport of the Seattle area. Approximately 15 miles south of downtown Seattle, the airport, the largest in the Pacific Northwest, is actually quite small for its approximately 45 million annual passengers. First constructed in 1944 during WWI, it began commercial flights in 1947. With four concourses and 103 gates, it now serves flights throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The airport contains live music performances and art installations for your wait, along with lounges, restaurants, and a food court; plus, the main terminal offers views of the North Pacific landscapes.

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Seattle. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. Though Seattle is known for its seemingly endless drizzle, there are times better suited for visiting than others. We recommend traveling to Seattle during the autumn (September to November). During these months, you'll avoid both the high crowds of the summer and the cold temperatures of the winter. The rain also tends to be at its least aggressive during these months. The spring can be a good time to visit too, but you might have to put up with more rain.

Seattle Travel Guide

Seattle is a dynamic urban playground surrounded by some of the most captivated natural landscapes of the United States. Travel along the city's monorail to see some of its most famous sites, from the Pike Palace Market to the iconic Space Needle. Then, find a local coffee shop to relax in as the rain drizzles down—super cozy vibes! After this, visit Belltown, home to clubs showcasing up-and-coming bands and singers. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy a day trip to Mount Rainier, as well as strolls through some of the city's many parks. Finally, gorge on fresh seafood fished from the surrounding lakes. Just make sure to bring an umbrella!

Also known as Sea-Tac, the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the primary commercial airport of the Seattle area. Approximately 15 miles south of downtown Seattle, the airport, the largest in the Pacific Northwest, is actually quite small for its approximately 45 million annual passengers. First constructed in 1944 during WWI, it began commercial flights in 1947. With four concourses and 103 gates, it now serves flights throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The airport contains live music performances and art installations for your wait, along with lounges, restaurants, and a food court; plus, the main terminal offers views of the North Pacific landscapes.

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to Seattle. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. Though Seattle is known for its seemingly endless drizzle, there are times better suited for visiting than others. We recommend traveling to Seattle during the autumn (September to November). During these months, you'll avoid both the high crowds of the summer and the cold temperatures of the winter. The rain also tends to be at its least aggressive during these months. The spring can be a good time to visit too, but you might have to put up with more rain.

Seattle is a dynamic urban playground surrounded by some of the most captivated natural landscapes of the United States. Travel along the city's monorail to see some of its most famous sites, from the Pike Palace Market to the iconic Space Needle. Then, find a local coffee shop to relax in as the rain drizzles down—super cozy vibes! After this, visit Belltown, home to clubs showcasing up-and-coming bands and singers. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy a day trip to Mount Rainier, as well as strolls through some of the city's many parks. Finally, gorge on fresh seafood fished from the surrounding lakes. Just make sure to bring an umbrella!

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