Airport service

Sound Transit and other local providers can help you get to and from Sea-Tac Airport. From Seattle take Link light rail to the airport or use our trip planner to find the best way there. 

Where do you want to go?

Downtown Seattle

Take Link light rail to downtown Seattle, trains depart every 7-15 minutes. Link schedule
The station is on the 4th floor of the main parking garage. A covered bridge connects the terminal to the station.  Elevators & escalators are available. 

Pay before riding
Buy tickets from a ticket vending machine (TVM) before going up to the platform level. ORCA cards are accepted.  Tap ORCA before and after you ride. Be ready to show your ticket or ORCA card to the fare inspector on request.

Bringing your luggage on Link
Luggage and bicycle storage is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Tacoma

ST Express route 574 to Tacoma arrives at Bays 1 and 2, just outside baggage claim.

Pay as you enter the bus. You can use cash, or an ORCA card.

Bellevue/Renton

ST Express route 560 to Renton arrives at Bays 1 and 2, just outside baggage claim.

Pay as you enter the bus. You can use cash, or an ORCA card.

West Seattle/Burien

ST Express bus route 560 to West Seattle arrives at Bays 1 and 2, just outside baggage claim.

Pay as you enter the bus. You can use cash, or an ORCA card.

 

Accessibility

 If you need help between SeaTac/Airport Station and the terminal, call Huntleigh USA (206) 396-5275 four to six hours before your arrival to reserve a wheelchair or golf cart. If you have an early morning flight, call the night before. Let the dispatcher know what time to meet you, your airline and flight number, and the number of bags.

Terminal Map

The light rail station and bus stop at Sea-Tac Airport.
SeaTac airport terminal map to Link light rail station

 

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