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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.

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