Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the airport located between Seattle and Tacoma in Washington, USA. It is also known as SeaTac airport.
There is a central Terminal which is divided into 4 concourses letterd A to D.
There are also 2 sattelliteTerminals : North and South.
Concourse A has 14 gates : Gates A1-A14
Concourse B has 13 gates : Gates B1, B3-B12,B14,B15
Concourse C has 10 gates : Gates C9-C12, C14-C18, C20
Concourse D has 11 gates : Gates D1-D11
The North Satellite Terminal has 14 gates : Gates N1-N3, N6-N16
The South Satellite Terminal has 13 gates : Gates S1-S12, S15
All International Arrivals is handled at the south satellite Terminal.
There is a people mover's system from the satellite Terminals to the central Terminal
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There is a meditating room in the main Terminal, mezzanine level.
Halal food availibility is not known. However, there are ample cafe's, bakeries and food outlets where you can find vegetarian options. You can also grab a nutritious Kosher certified smoothies from Freshens as well as indulge in some seafoods at Anthony's restaurant and Dungeness Bay Seafood House.
Seattle's Central Link Light rail has opened on 2009 within the airport which connects the airport to the rail system. There are several buses and door to door shuttle service that would take you to Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and Eastside. There are also car rental services available. You can also hire a taxi cab from the airport to take you to your destination.
There are various shops spread across all concourses and Terminals. You can always find Hudson Book stores and News stand along with gift shops in all concourses. There is a Seattle Duty Free shop in the South Satellite Terminal. There are also apparel, cosmetic, children's shop in the central Terminal.
Wi-Fi, lost & found, ATM's, money exchange, wheelchair, lost & found, mailboxes, postage, shipping, stroller rental, kids playing area, pet area, mothers room, smoking lounges, quiete area, interpreters.