With over 46.9 million passengers in 2017, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest, serving 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.. As the headquarters of major multinational...
- List of Top 5 Airlines: Alaska 51 percent, Delta 19.4 percent, Southwest, 7.7 percent, United 6.8 percent
- Number of Serving Airlines: 31
- Number of Direct Destinations: 90 domestic, 28 international
- Number of Terminals: 6: Four passenger concourses (A-D), two Satellite terminals (North and South)
Routesonline analyses the North American aviation industry, taking a quarterly look at the top routes served and revealing the airlines that are...
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