Seatac Parking Guide

SeaTac Airport Parking Guide

Fort Lauderdale Airport

Making travel plans can be stressful as you navigate through the airport. That’s why we created our airport parking guides to help you findd parking rates, airport terminal parking information, food and shopping options, Airport FAQs, local hotels, and directions to the airport.

SeaTac Airport Parking Rates

Parking Options Seatac Parking Rates
Long Term $3/hour, max $15 per day
Short Term $3/hour, max $36 per day
Curbside Valet $25 per day
Overflow $10 per day

SeaTac Airport daily rates begin at $32 per day for general parking. The general parking area is only available on floors 1-3 and 5-8 in the parking garage. If you want closer parking, SeaTac has terminal direct parking for $39 per day, located on the 4th floor. SeaTac Airport only has one parking garage, which means fewer parking options and spaces for travelers. Nobody wants to spend their time driving around the garage searching for an available space and risk being late for their flight.

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That’s why we created Parkos! At Parkos, we want to offer customers a better way to park and travel. We work with off-site airport parking operators and hotels to offer stress-free, affordable parking options. You can find park, sleep, & fly packages as well as short term and long term parking. Some of our current partners include Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport, Comfort Inn, and SeaTac Crest Motor Inn. For the Sleep Inn and Comfort Inn, customers can choose between two different room types to fit their needs. When you book with our partners via Parkos, you can expect free shuttle rides to and from SeaTac, secure parking lots, luggage assistance, and many more amenities. Reserve your guaranteed SeaTac Airport Parking today on!

Seattle-Tacoma Terminal Information

Fort Lauderdale Airport

SeaTac has three terminal buildings; the main terminal and two satellite terminal buildings, North and South. The North and South Satellite terminals are connected to the main terminal through an underground transportation system, to help passengers move easily between the buildings.

Aer Lingus, Air Canada, American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Japan Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, and United Airlines

The North Satellite Terminal doesn’t have any fixed airline that departs from the N Gates.

In the South Satellite Terminal, travelers can find AeroMexico, Air France, ANA (All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Condor, Emirates, EVA Air, Hainan Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Icelandair, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Singapore Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and Volaris

SeaTac International has a few airlines that have no set terminal building. Travelers can find their departing terminal printed on their boarding pass for airlines such as Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and Sun Country Airlines

Getting to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Seattle Airport directions

SeaTac is located at 17801 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98158. Travelers who need directions can use our free route planner to find your way to the airport.

Coming from the North via Interstate-5?

Take Interstate-5 to exit 154 B and drive west on State Route 518 to the SeaTac International Airport exit.

Coming from the North via State Highway 99?

Take 99 south. At the First Avenue Bridge stay right and follow State Route 509 south to State Route 518 exit [Burien, Sea-Tac Airport]. Turn left onto 518 and take the SeaTac International Airport exit.

Coming from the South?

Take Interstate-5 to exit 154 and drive west on State Route 518 to the SeaTac International Airport exit.

Coming from the East?

Take Interstate-405, which turns into State Route 518, to the SeaTac International Airport exit.

Airport FAQS

Here you can find the most frequently asked questions from travelers flying out of SeaTac International Airport.

Seattle Airport has 5 checkpoints for travelers to go through after checking in and dropping off their luggage. Most of the checkpoints are open from 4 AM to 11 PM (checkpoints 2, 4, and 5) with areas 2 and 5 able to accommodate all passengers, whereas area 4 is only for CLEAR and TSA Pre-Check travelers. Checkpoint 1, also for CLEAR and TSA Pre-Check only, is open from 4 AM to 4 PM. Checkpoint 3 is available 24 hours a day for General Screening, and from 4 AM to 10 PM for the CLEAR and TSA Pre-Check travelers.
All travelers must have a boarding pass and a photo ID. Starting October 1, 2020, domestic travelers will be required to carry a Real ID. Passengers with an international flight must provide a passport.
For domestic flights, travelers should plan to arrive between 1.5 to 2 hours before your flight to check-in, drop off your bags, and get through security. For those with international flights, it is recommended that you arrive 2.5 to 3 hours before your flight’s departure time.

Shopping and Food Options

While waiting for your flight to begin boarding, SeaTac has a variety of food and shopping options. As you walk through the terminals, you can find local dining from the heart of Seattle or shop for souvenirs and last-minute travel essentials.

  • Camden Food Co., Concourse D, food options: artisan sandwiches, gourmet salads, grab & go snacks, baked goods
  • Evergreens Salads, Central Terminal (between Concourse B and C), food options: salads, wraps, grain bowls
  • Koi Shi Sushi Bento, Central Terminal (between Concourse B and C), food options: sushi, poke bowls, bottled water
  • Neighborhood Seattle, Central Terminal (between Concourse B and C), food options: artisan sandwiches, fresh salads, small bites, handcrafted beer and wine
  • Starbucks, Concourses A-D, food options: coffee, tea, pastries, sandwiches
  • Qdoba, Concourse B, food options: tex-mex food including burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos
  • Dufry Duty Free, Central Terminal (between Concourse B and C), duty-free items such as spirits, electronics, perfumes, chocolates, and more
  • Hudson, Concourses A-D, magazines, books, newspapers, snacks, travel essentials
  • Made in Washington, Central Terminal (between Concourse B and C), specialty foods, kitchen products, and arts & crafts created by local artists
  • ICE Currency Services, Concourse A, exchange currency here with over 60 different currencies available
  • Bambuza Vietnam Kitchen & Bar, food options: family-inspired, Vietnamese food with dine-in or take-out options
  • Caffe D’arte, food options: Italian espresso and coffee drinks, local pastries, hand-baked pizzas, sandwiches, salads, breakfast items
  • Hudson, newspapers, books, magazines, travel essentials, and snacks
  • 6th Avenue Noodle House, food options: sushi to go, noodles, salads
  • Dungeness Bay Seafood House, food options: fish & chips, sandwiches, salads, seafood entrees
  • Tap & Pour, local & regional craft brews
  • Hudson, newspapers, magazines, books, travel essentials, snacks
  • ICE Currency Exchange, travelers can exchange any cash with over 60 currencies available to choose from

Airport Hotels and Local Attractions

Fort Lauderdale Airport

For travelers with an early morning flight, or a long layover, the cities of Seattle and SeaTac have airport hotels near the airport to accomodate you.

  • SeaTac Crest Motor Inn, 18845 Pacific Coast Highway South, SeaTac, WA 98188, Phone: 206-433-0999
  • Comfort Inn & Suites SeaTac Airport, 19333 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98188, Phone: 206-878-1100
  • Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport, 20406 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98198, Phone: 206-347-3309
  • Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport, 17338 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98188, Phone: 206-248-1000

Travelers can also explore the local attractions to pass the time during a long layover.

  • Space Needle, 400 Broad St, Seattle, WA 98109, Phone: 206-905-2100
  • Pike Place Market, 85 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-682-7453
  • Museum of Pop Culture, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109, Phone: 206-770-2700
  • Smith Tower, 506 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98104
  • Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room, 1124 Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-624-0173

We hope you have found our SeaTac Airport Parking Guide helpful for your next trip through Seattle-Tacoma International. Take a look at the SeaTac Airport Parking options on Parkos and book your space today!