|Airline||Ticket Counter Terminal||Gate|
|Alaska Airlines||Ticket Counter Terminal: East||Gate: C|
|Allegiant||Ticket Counter Terminal: West||Gate: A|
|American Airlines||Ticket Counter Terminal: West||Gate: A|
|Boutique Air||Ticket Counter Terminal: East||Gate: A|
Curbside Check -In is available on the upper departures drive at the airport for some domestic airlines at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Membership in the Alaska Lounge is open to all persons 18 years of age and older, upon application and payment of appropriate dues. To access the Alaska Lounge , members and guests must present a valid membership card, same-day ticketed boarding pass on any carrier. We may ask for a government-issued photo ID.
Arrive early : Sea-Tac officials recommend two hours ahead for domestic flights and three hours early for international travel.
Alaska Lounge locations and hours
|Seattle/Tacoma Airport (SEA)||Daily: 5:00 am – 7:00 pm Christmas Day: closed|
|Seattle/Tacoma Airport (SEA)||Daily: 6:00 am – 10:00 pm Christmas Eve: 6:00 am – 5:00 pm Christmas Day: closed New Year Eve: 6:00 am – 5:00 pm|
You can typically purchase Alaska miles in increments of 1,000 miles for $27.50, giving you a pre-tax, per-mile cost of 2.75 cents . With this bonus, we were able to purchase 60,000 miles for $1,650, netting us 90,000 miles for 1.83 cents each (before tax) after the 50% bonus.
A delightful upgrade from economy, Alaska’s first – class product is a worthwhile to spend five hours on a plane. Pros: roomy seats, helpful crew, great food. Cons: limited movie selection, inconvenient storage at bulkhead seats.
Overall, I was very happy with Alaska Airlines first class on their 737s. The seats are comfortable, and even with my backpack under the seat in front of me, there is more than enough legroom. The lack of seat-back IFE is definitely a negative, but Alaska offers tablets in lieu of screens.
The lounges just aren’t worth it. Some lounges also offer business services, showers and/or a specific zoned-off rest area for those in transit. Though it may sound indulgent, it’s actually these specific amenities that can make you feel a gazillion tons better by the time you step off a 30-something hour flight.
Step 5: Consider Checkpoints During our peak periods we suggest you plan for at least 45 minutes to get through the checkpoints, potentially up to an hour.
Sleeping in Seattle Airport As a major transit hub, travellers are looking for sleep spots at all hours. The good news is that you can stay airside overnight, but it seems you will have to contend with a sea of armrests. For uninterrupted sleep , hop on a free shuttle to several nearby hotels.
Our region, traffic, travelers, and the airport itself are all moving fast and changing constantly. In 2018 with an average of 136,000 passengers per day, SEA Airport is the 8th busiest airport (we just moved up one slot) in the country and the 29th largest in the world.