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Cheap Airport Parking Seatac
A table of parking rates and options for visitors and passengers at Seattle's SeaTac
(SEA) International Airport.

About SeaTac Airport
There was a courageous band of populists in the early 1900s who recognized
Seattle’s natural deep-water port was an asset and resource that should belong to
the people. In March, 1911, the Washington State Legislature initiated laws
permitting establishment of port districts. By September, King County voters
approved creation of the Port of Seattle, the first public port of the state.
Today, the Port of Seattle's is unique in its scope. From its vital cargo and passenger
seaport and airport, to the home for the North Pacific fishing fleet, to first-class
public marinas and conference facilities, to parks surrounding Elliot Bay. The Port of
Seattle plays a significant role in bringing international trade, transportation and
travel to the Pacific Northwest, and is also a key builder of road and rail
infrastructure, partnering with other agencies to improve freight traffic from
Tacoma to Everett.
The Port owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport – the nation’s
17th busiest – handling more than 31.5 million passengers in 2010. The Port’s
passenger cruise terminals at Pier 66 and Smith Cove Terminal will handle 195 ship
calls and an estimated 800,000 passengers during the 2011 season. State-of-the-art
cargo handling facilities helped rank Seattle as the nation’s 6th busiest U.S. seaport
in 2010, serving 22 international steamship lines moving more than 2.1 million
TEUs (20-foot equivalent unit containers). The Port also operates four public
marinas, and manages a number of real estate assets for financial return and broad
economic advantage.
The Port’s vision is to be the nation's leading green and energy-efficient port. Our
tagline, “Where a sustainable world is headed” to communicate that goal. The Puget
Sound region already meets federal air quality standards, and the Port’s numerous
environmental programs are designed for real benefits to the community and a
competitive edge for our customers.

SeaTac Airport Accessibility Services

ccommodations for Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs
The SeaTac airport is fully equipped with special access facilities to provide all
travelers. Meeters, greeters and airport employees all have a safe, convenient means
of getting around.

Services In the Airport
Curbside Services
Some airlines do offer curbside check-in during peak periods. Travelers should
check directly with their carrier about available check-in services. No parking or
waiting allowed on the airport drives at any time. Vehicles left unattended, even if
the driver is nearby, will be ticketed and towed. A good alternative to loading and
unloading on the drives is to use the Airport Garage.

All elevators in the Main Terminal, Satellites and Parking Garage have Braille and
raised numerals inside. Additionally, all elevators have lowered control panels,
floor-passing gongs, raised call buttons, Braille on the doorjambs and directional
arrows in the elevator lobbies.

Heightened Security
New security procedures at airports affect everyone. That includes travelers with
special needs including a child traveling alone and/or a traveler with a disability.
Special needs travelers should do some advance planning and strategizing.
- Parking for travelers with disabilities is available on either the fourth floor
(Terminal Direct Parking) or fifth floor (General Parking) of the airport
parking garage
- Lines at security checkpoints can be very long. Travelers who have problems
standing for long periods may want to arrange for wheelchair service with
their airlines. Rental wheelchairs and baby strollers also are available in the
airport from Ken's Baggage and Frozen Food Storage. Ken's is located on the
Baggage Claim level under the escalator bank between carousels 12 and 13.
Call them at 206 433-5333 for more information.
- Only ticketed passengers are allowed past security checkpoints. However,
many airlines are issuing special "companion passes" to non-travelers

assisting travelers with disabilities or children traveling alone that allow
them to accompany passengers with special needs to the gates. Travelers
should check directly with the airlines they are traveling on to see what
options are available.
- Allowing extra time at the airport is a must. Travelers should account for the
additional time needed to get from the relocated parking areas for travelers
with disabilities as well as the longer wait times at both ticket counters and
security check points.
- If you have any medical devices, such as syringes or special apparatus that
might be questioned at the security checkpoint, you should check with your
airline in advance of the flight to confirm requirements. Under FAA
regulations, diabetics who need to fly with syringes or insulin delivery
systems should carry a vial of insulin with a professional, pharmaceutical
preprinted label which clearly identifies the medication. Because of the
possibility of forgery, prescriptions and letters of medical necessity will not
be accepted.

SeaTac Airport Banking
Banking & Currency
ATM Locations - *PLEASE NOTE: U.S. first-class stamps are available at all ATMs in
the airport.
Airport Area #
Two behind the Northwest Airlines ticket counter, two behind
the Alaska Airlines ticket counter
At the far south end (next to scheduled bus check in desk) across
from Carousel 4, by the escalators at Carousels 8 & 13
Concourse A
3 Across from Gate A4, A9 and A11
Concourse B
1 Across from Gate B4
Concourse C
1 Across from Gate C10
Concourse D
2 Next to Hudson News, near Gate D12
North Satellite 1 In corridor between Gates N2 and N8
South Satellite 1 In corridor between Gates S3 and S8
2 Next to each of the restrooms

Currency Exchange Locations

Currency Exchange provided by Travelex
Main Terminal - Ticketing Level (one on the south esplanade and one on the
Main Terminal - Baggage Claim
Main Terminal - Baggage Claim
South Satellite

On The Go Banking Services
With full service on the go banking at US Bank, you can make deposits, get cash and
handle all your banking needs. The bank is now open in the Main Terminal next to
Starbucks, before security.

SeaTac Airport Check In Options
Shortening your time in airline ticket counter lines is always a great strategy for
travelers. New technology offers two options for SeaTac travelers.
Alaska Airlines “Airport of the Future” Customer Check-In Facility. Alaska's facility
features customer-friendly islands of check-in kiosks and bag-check stations.
Customers may print their boarding passes and bag check tags at the check-in
kiosks. Passengers with only carry-on baggage can proceed directly to the security
checkpoint. Passengers with luggage to check proceed to one of the bag-check
points, where customer service employees accept bags with tags printed by the
Checking In for Flights in Sea-Tac's Garage. Travelers on seven airlines – Alaska
Airlines / Horizon Air, Delta Air Lines, Continental, American, United, Hawaiian, and
Korean Airlines - can check in and print their boarding pass right as they enter the
airport from the parking garage. The quick check-in kiosks enable travelers without
luggage to print their boarding pass and head straight for the security checkpoint
and their departure gate. Travelers with luggage on Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air
can get their boarding pass bags tags then take their luggage right to their airline's
bag drop area. Lufthansa and British Airways passengers will be able to use the
kiosks in January 2012.
The quick check-in kiosks are located on the fourth floor of the garage at the
entrances to Skybridges 2 through 6.

SeaTac Airport Hotels
Seattle Southside offers first-rate value priced accommodations typically priced 20
to 30 percent less than downtown Seattle. Make your hotel reservations online
today and take advantage of our many travel promotions and packages or call us at
1-877-885-9452 for personal assistance.
Seattle Southside offers over 60 value priced, family friendly hotels to choose from.
You're sure to find the perfect amenities to fit your needs for business or pleasure.
There are over 30 hotels near SeaTac airport and 20 hotels near Westfield
Southcenter Mall to choose from and plenty of free parking.

SeaTac Airport International Traveler Services
U.S. Immigration and Customs. There is a U.S. Immigration and Customs
office (Global Entry Enrollment Center) on the mezzanine level of the Main
Terminal. Customs: (206) 553-7960. Immigration: (206) 553-0467/0466 for
more information.
Currency Exchange (Travelex). In the Main Terminal - Ticketing Level (one
on the south esplanade and one on the north), in the Main Terminal - Baggage
Claim, on Concourse A and in the South Satellite.
Language Phone Line. Located in the inspection booths at Customs and
Immigration and at the Airport Information Booth directly outside the exit
from the B gates (pre-security, south of the Central Security Checkpoint).
These phones link up travelers and inspectors to interpreters for more than
150 different languages.
Global Entry Program: This program, available at Sea-Tac Airport, enables
international travelers who are pre-screened, pre-approved and registered to
quickly clear U.S. Customs. Travelers can apply for the program online and
can complete their enrollment application processing with an interview and
biometric data collection at the new Enrollment Center on the Mezzanine
Level. This office also offers others services, including validation of Currency
Reports, registrations for the export of guns, foreign-made objects and
products being imported/exported under the ATA Carent program; and
interviews of departing passengers who are participating in the National
Security Entry Exit Registration System (NSEERS).

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