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Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

The Seattle Tacoma is one of 408 airports with scheduled flights in the United States. With annually 296048 movements, 20.06 m passengers and 454584 tons of cargo (2020)it does not belong to the biggest airports in the country. The biggest airport by passenger amounts in the country is Pittsburgh International Airport.

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Facts about Seattle Tacoma International Airport

City:Seattle
IATA Code:SEA
ICAO Code:KSEA
Timezone:Pacific Standard Time (UTC -8)

Size

Passengers:20 m p.a. (2020)
Cargo:454,584 t p.a. (2020)
Movements:296,048 p.a. (2020)
Airlines:33
Nonstop destinations:90
Runways:4
Longest runway:11,900 ft (3,627.1 m)

Position

Longitude:122.30900 W
Latitude:47.44900 N
Height:433 ft (132.0 m)

Nearby airports

Renton Municipal Airport (RNT)9.0 km
Boeing Field King County International Airport (BFI)9.0 km
Tacoma Narrows Airport (TIW)29.0 km
Bremerton National Airport (PWT)35.0 km
McChord Air Force Base (TCM)37.0 km
Gray Army Air Field (GRF)46.0 km
Snohomish County (Paine Field) Airport (PAE)51.0 km
Sanderson Field (SHN)68.0 km
Olympia Regional Airport (OLM)70.0 km
Jefferson County International Airport (TWD)77.0 km
Easton State Airport (ESW)87.0 km
AJ Eisenberg Airport (ODW)93.0 km
Sequim Valley Airport (SQV)98.0 km
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