With daily air service to and from Seattle, it’s easy to find the flight that works for you.
Updated: June 02, 2020 at 8:54am
Updated: June 02, 2020 at 8:34am
Always check with your airline for up-to-date arrival and departure information.
What to Expect at the Airport
- We recommend arriving 90 minutes before your flight departure time for check-in. Peak departure times such as early mornings may take longer. The airport opens at 3:30 a.m. each morning.
- The Alaska Airlines customer service ticket counter closes 40 minutes prior to departure. Passengers who have not received a boarding pass 40 minutes prior to departure may not be able to check-in or board the flight.
- Passengers should proceed through the security checkpoint at least 45 minutes before flight departure time to ensure that you are at your gate area in time to board the aircraft.
- Only ticketed passengers are allowed beyond the security checkpoint. Arriving passengers can be met in the baggage claim area.
- Each traveler is allowed a maximum of one carry on bag, plus a personal item such as briefcase or purse.
- A current, government-issued photo identification is required for each passenger upon check-in and prior to entering the security checkpoint.
Learn more about the Real ID Act (effective Oct 1, 2020) and how it affects you.
ARRIVE 90 MINUTES BEFORE DEPARTURE
TICKET COUNTER CLOSES 40 MINS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE
PROCEED THRU SECURITY 45+ MINS BEFORE DEPARTURE
TRAVELERS ARE ALLOWED ONE CARRY-ON PLUS A PERSONAL ITEM SUCH AS A PURSE OR BRIEFCASE
TIPS & VIDEOS
Tips for traveling with kids, electronics, liquids and more.
Not sure if it’s allowed? Check TSA’s guidelines.
Did you know that many household items are considered Hazardous Materials? Check this list of items commonly found during security screening. www.faa.gov/hazmat/packsafe
More questions? Visit www.tsa.gov to learn more.
And check out TSA’s videos including tips for traveling with kids, electronics, liquids and more.
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