Sea-Tac Shuffle


If you've flown through Sea-Tac Airport recently, you might wonder what's up with all the construction. I was surprised to end up at the far south end of the terminal the other night when exiting the S gate area for baggage claim and ground transportation. 

What's going on? The construction is all in preparation for a big move for most of the airlines next year as the airport gets ready to turn over the entire north satellite "N" gate area to Alaska Airlines.

United Airlines' customers will notice the biggest change. Plans are to move United's ticket counter from the far north end of the airport to the far south end near the international area.
Read the details here in my Travel Wise column for The Seattle Times 

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