Local transport


The Link Light Rail Station is located on the parking garage's fourth floor. From here, the airport train to downtown Seattle leaves every 10 minutes.

Car and bus

The airport lies about 21 kilometers south of Seattle. From the airport, take highway I-5 north. Take exit 165 to downtown Seattle.

Most busses to downtown Seattle (4th Street, near the Waterfront) stop in front of the baggage claim. There is an information desk on the third floor of the parking garage. Here, you can get information about the different means of transport. For more information, please check the Sound Transit or Metro Transit websites.

Car rental Seattle Airport

The car rental desks are near the baggage claim: Alamo, Advantage, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Dollar, Hertz, National, and Thrifty. You can also book a rental car in advance at EasyTerra, this website compares prices of multiple car rental agencies.


A taxi ride to Seattle costs about USD 35.00 and takes about 30 minutes. You can book a taxi at the information desk on the parking garage's third floor, or contact (tel. +1(0)206 246 9999). Limousine transport costs about USD 45.00.

Parking at the airport

At Seattle Airport you can choose between General Parking and Terminal Parking. Both options have hourly, daily and weekly parking. An air bridge will take you from the terminal to level 4 of the parking garage. This fourth floor offers Terminal Parking. You can park here for USD 4.00 per hour up to USD 35.00 per day. General Parking is available on 5 levels (3, 5-8) of the parking garage. Here, parking costs USD 3.00 per hour, USD 26.00 per day or USD 130.00 per week.