Seattle-Tacoma International Airport code (SEA)

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Seattle–Tacoma International Airport is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is in the eponymous city of SeaTac, Washington, about twelve miles south of downtown Seattle and is the primary airport for the Seattle metropolitan area. “Sea-Tac” was once renamed after U.S. Senator Henry M. Jackson for a short while, but SEAttle and Tacoma residents voted to keep their cities in the airport’s name.

Airport Information

Airport Name: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Airport Keywords: Seattle Tacoma
Airport (IATA) Code: SEA


City: Seattle
State: Washington
Continent: North America
Full Location: Seattle, WA, United States


Latitude: 47.450250
Longitude: -122.308817
Elevation: 401 (Feet)

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