What terminal at Seatac is Alaska Airlines?

What terminal at Seatac is Alaska Airlines?

Concourse C, Main Terminal Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Concourse C (Main Terminal) serves Alaska Airlines, Charter Airlines, and Horizon Air. It contains gates C1 – C20.

What terminal is Spirit Airlines at Seatac?

Concourse A is located to the far left of the terminal and houses Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines.

How many terminals does Seatac airport have?

one terminal
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) consists of one terminal with 6 gates.

Where are the satellite terminals at Seattle Airport?

Seattle Airport (SEA) has a Main Terminal Building and two satellite terminals: North Terminal (“N” gates) and South Terminal (“S” gates). Each Satellite Terminal links with the Main Terminal Building via a Train Loop (North Train Loop, South Train Loop).

Is the SeaTac terminal connected to the main terminal?

It is connected to C & N gates and transit to A, S and D gates. At the exit to the main terminal, there is a link to Concourse A and to the Central Terminal Building. From this concourse it is possible to access to the baggage claim area.

Where is the ATM at Seattle Tacoma sea airport?

Concourse B at SEA is served by Frontier, Southwest & Virgin America at gates B4 to B14. An ATM cash machine is next to gate B3, a children’s play area, is next to the exit to the main terminal, with connections to both Concourse A and Central Terminal in the same area.

Where are the shuttle trains at Seattle Airport?

A Shuttle train service links both sides of the terminal with their respective satellite terminals: Concourses A + B + South Terminal. Concourses C + D + North Terminal. You can move freely between Concourses A, B, C and D since they are connected at post-security area.