Seattle Airport Arrivals SEA

SEA Arrivals


Seattle international airport arrivals

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (IATA abbreviation: SEA) is one of the busiest airports in America. The passenger number is over 51 million Seattle arrivals per year. The airport is also known as Sea-Tac Airport, and is actually located in Tacoma, a neighboring town directly south of Seattle. It is home to Alaska Airlines and its subsidiaries, Horizon Air which you find in Concourse C.


Sea-Tac arrivals terminal

There are several daily Seattle flight arrivals with Delta Air Lines to Seattle. With change, there are several providers, often you have to move to Philadelphia Airport. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has one main building with attached four piers, called concourses. There are also two remote terminals which are connected to an underground transport system, these are the South-North-Terminal and the Terminal to have also Seattle Tacoma airport arrivals.



There are 3 runways from 8,500 to 11,900 feet for all the Seattle Tacoma arrivals that yearly process around 450 thousand aircraft.

Routes at Seattle Tacoma airport

The airport is a major forward hub to Seoul-Incheon, Beijing, Taipei and Tokyo. There are also many Seattle Tacoma international airport arrivals from Canada such as Vancouver and Victoria. Especially now due to corona most flights are domestic. Many SEA airport arrivals come from Los Angeles, Anchorage, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, San Francisco, Chicago, Portland, Dallas and San Diego. This of course includes the well-known American airlines American, Delta, United, Alaska, Southwest, Frontier and Spirit. Other frequently seen airlines during normal circumstances with Sea-Tac airport arrivals are Aer Lingus, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, All Nippon Airways, British Airways, Emirates, EVA Air, Hainan Airlines, JetBlue, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines and Virgin Atlantic.