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Delta staff was very accomodating and courteous. This day and age I appreciate that way more than all the possible bells and whistles.
Hate agent Any was outstanding. She was friendly and sympathetic to my seating needs. She was able to get me the desired seat. Thanks Amy!!!
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I loved that you had free movies and a great selection. I didn’t know how to use the WiFi though. There were no instructions that I could fine. Was I supposed to take my phone off airplane mode???
|Number of Daily Flights||15|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 30|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jul 1|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Your trip from Seattle to Austin will have you crossing over half the continental U.S., but you'll find that Austin is an easy-going destination, that offers both business travelers and holidaymakers a wide range of places to explore. You can attend a live performance at the downtown Moody Theater, or visit the revitalized Lady Bird Lake, both of which are just a short drive away from the airport.
The Austin Zoo is a popular place for tourists to visit, and can be found just outside of the city limits, making it fairly easy to get to in a car. While you're in Austin, check out the bats under the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge. Austin is an easy city to drive through, and you'll find plenty of available parking spaces when you head downtown to see the O. Henry House Museum, or the Austin Museum of Art.
You should expect your direct flight from Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to the Austin–Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) to last about five hours. Once your plane has landed in Austin, you can adjust to the time change, while relaxing at one of the city's many live music performances, or hop in your rental car and make a quick trip to Mount Bonnell, the area's highest elevation.