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Find Key Sea-Tac Airport Information Online

(Seattle-December 17, 2010) - With the winter weather season already upon us and the upcoming holiday period, please find below some links to key information and reference material about Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Holiday Traffic Numbers

What are expected to be the busiest days at Sea-Tac Airport during this holiday season?

Dec. 23 - 97,650 projected passengers coming in and out of the airport
Dec. 22 - 91,560
Dec. 17 - 91,245

Note: An average summer day (June-August) will see an estimated 97,000 passengers through the airport. The largest day for 2010 was August 15th with over 108,000 passengers.


Holiday Travel Tips

Find a list of key travel tips for those heading to the airport during the holiday season, from suggestions on security checkpoints, what to do with gifts, and parking discounts.

http://www.portseattle.org/seatac/traveler/traveltips-holiday2010.shtml


Holiday Entertainment

Once you get to the airport, what can you expect for the holidays? Check out some options for wrapping gifts post-security and where to find some entertainment while you wait for your flight. http://www.portseattle.org/seatac/traveler/holiday2010.shtml


HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM SEA-TAC AIRPORT PUBLIC RELATIONS!


About Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Operated by the Port of Seattle, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA, KSEA) is ranked as the 17th largest U.S. airport, serving more than 31.2 million passengers in 2009. With a regional economic impact of more than $13.2 billion in business revenue, Sea-Tac generates more than 161,000 jobs (89,902 direct jobs) representing more than $2.2 billion in direct earnings and $412.4 million in state and local taxes. Twenty-six airlines serve 70 non-stop domestic destinations and 19 international cities.




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