It takes about 30 minutes, without traffic, to go between the airport and downtown Seattle or downtown Tacoma.
Cheapest: Long-term parking on garage floors 5-8 is $22 daily. Pay a fixed rate of $99 for a week.
Most convenient: Short-term parking is $2 for the first 30 minutes, $4 up to an hour, $7 for up to two hours and $30 daily.
Valet parking is no longer available at Sea-Tac. Travelers with disabilities who need help getting from parking to terminal can arrange for wheelchair service by calling (206) 824-2870 or (206) 824-2837.
Get additional information on monthly parking, disabled parking and off-site parking, or call (206) 433-5308.
Shuttle: Several private bus and shuttle companies serve Sea-Tac; one-way fares between the airport and parts of Seattle run between $8.50 and $21.
Cab: Taxis between the airport and downtown Seattle cost roughly $34. A ride to Tacoma costs about $48. Passenger pick-up is on the third floor of the parking garage.
Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz and National have on-site counters and cars.
Advantage, Dollar, Enterprise and Thrifty have on-site counters and off-site cars.
Century/Rent Rite and U Save keep counters and cars off-site.
GETTING AROUND THE AIRPORT
Kid stuff: A play area for kids -- located in the central terminal across from the Seattle Taproom -- offers foam play equipment, a family restroom and a private room with rocking chairs for parents and babies.
Lost and found: Central part of the Main Terminal, Mezzanine Level, room 6016. Call (206) 433-5312.
Find a listing of airport restaurants, banks, shopping and more
Pets: There's an outdoor pet area near baggage claim just north of the terminal.
Storage: If you need to store luggage, Ken's Baggage and Frozen Food Storage is between baggage carousels 12 and 13, beneath the escalators.
ATMs: There are 18 cash machines located throughout the main terminal, baggage claim, concourses A, B, C and D and the north and south satellites.
Wireless Internet: Wi-Fi service, provided by AT&T, is available everywhere but the subway and the upper garage floors.
Send-it-home kiosks: Mailing kiosks are located by security checkpoints for travelers who inadvertently pack prohibited items in their bags and wish to send them home.