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The staff was amazing especially the trainees on the flight back. Incredibly professional and friendly
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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Oct 25|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Oct 25|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Seattle/Tacoma International (SEA) Airport is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwestern portion of North America. Take the Light Link Rail from downtown to avoid traffic or the King County Metro Transit to avoid parking. Typical flight times are just over three hours to Omaha Eppley Airfield (OMA) Airport. Only four miles from the downtown area, rental cars, taxis and shuttles can take visitors into the city or nearby locations like Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Start with a horse drawn carriage ride through the Old Market, the heart of Omaha. Here you can pick up a cup of coffee from places like Aromas and then wander around, checking out attractions like the Joslyn Art Museum. The history of Omaha is on display at The Durham Museum, located about a mile away. Do not forget to see the train cars and the soda bar during your visit. You do not want to miss the shark tunnel inside the aquarium of Henry Doorly Zoo.
Hot and humid seems to be the condition of summers in Omaha. During the month of July, expect occasional rain as thunderstorms make their way across the city. Temperatures are at their lowest from around December to February.