Introduction to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
With over 49.8 million passengers in 2018, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest and the 8th largest in North America. SEA serves as a hub for both Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines. Seattle's location as the closest West Coast city to both Europe and Asia makes it an ideal international gateway, a fact that has made Seattle one of the fastest-growing airports in North America for the past five years.
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JetBlue plans to build out Los Angeles as its sole West Coast focus city.
- American Airlines drops LAX as international hub
- United Airlines ramps up Asia-Pacific flying
- Sun Country seeks service waiver extension
- Japan Airlines to boost international schedule in July
- Qatar Airways places code on American Airlines' domestic flights
- Delta and United to resume China flights
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