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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
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.
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
- 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