Seattle Airport is located near the city of Tacoma, therefore it's also known as Sea-Tac. Handling 30 million passengers annually, Seattle-Tacoma is one of North-America's busiest airports.
The airport has one terminal, which is divided in a main terminal and a central terminal. After check-in in the main terminal you continue to the central terminal via the safety check. From the central terminal you have access to 4 halls (A, B, C and D) and a North and South Satellite. These satellites are connected to the central terminal by a subway.
IATA airport code: SEA
ICAO airport code: KSEA