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Reviewed on Apr 10, 2021
Little more room in the seats
Allergy friendly meals available on flights would be amazing!
Best flight attendants I have ever had in 40+ years of air travel!
I loved everything Better service and accommodations than United or Delta!
|Number of Daily Flights||2|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 19|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 19|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Whether you are headed to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) for business or pleasure, you will discover there's plenty to enjoy in this green gem of a city. Nestled on an isthmus between the Puget Sound and Lake Washington, Seattle is the largest seaport in the Pacific Northwest. Here you'll find aging mansions on Capitol Hill, quirky shops in Fremont, superb seafood along the Seattle Waterfront, as well as spectacular views of the Space Needle in Queen Anne.
If you're an art lover, consider visiting the city's world-class cultural institutions like the Seattle Art Museum, Pacific Northwest Ballet and Seattle Symphony. Outdoor enthusiasts can hop on Interstate 5 South to Seward Park, for over two miles of biking and hiking trails.
Keep to your holiday budget by investing in the Seattle CityPASS, which grants admission to six Seattle attractions; including the Seattle Aquarium, Woodland Park Zoo, Museum of Flight and Pacific Science Center, at a discount.
Once your four-hour flight from Indianapolis International Airport (IND) lands, you'll be welcomed to SeaTac and will enter one of the country's busiest airport hubs. You can pick up a rental car and drive down Interstate 5 towards downtown, or jump straight on the Link Light Rail. Note that many downtown streets are one way, and there are many steep roadways.