My Airport History: Seattle/Tacoma (SEA)

Photo of arrivals loop at SEA

Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
Seattle, Washington, United States

First visit: 15 July 2007
flighthistorian.com/airports/SEA

SeaTac holds the distinction for me of being the only airport involved in every Northwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines flight I’ve flown, though it’s not terribly surprising given Alaska’s hub and Northwest’s former presence.

SEA

SeaTac is also one of the airports I’ve been to that’s only been used for personal trips (to date) – I’ve never had a work trip through the airport. Beyond the trip described in last week’s post, my remaining four trips were to attend PAX Prime – one time on the way back from a Hawaiian vacation.

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