Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Mount Rainier
Flights, cruises, city breaks and fly drives
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic offer year round daily non stop direct flights from London to Seattle. These flights are daytime outbound and the return journey is overnight in under ten hours. Norwegian will offer flights direct non stop from London Gatwick to Seattle from September 2017 and Thomas Cook Airlines will introduce two flights a week between Manchester and Seattle in May 2018. Icelandair offers flights from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Aberdeen to Seattle, changing at Reykjavik. Virgin Atlantic operates one of the shortest London to Hawaii routes via Seattle, with opportunities for stopovers.
Sea-Tac Airport lies fifteen miles south of downtown Seattle. Ground transportation links are excellent with the light rail taking 30 minutes into downtown Seattle from its convenient airport station. There is also an array of taxis, limos, and a full range of car hire companies available.
Sea-Tac Airport and Seattle’s downtown cruise terminals are the Green Gateways to the Pacific Northwest. Eleven magnificent ships from seven cruise lines have Seattle as their home port in 2017.
In 2016, Cruise Critic, the world’s largest review site for cruise planning, named the Port of Seattle the #1 Homeport in North America.
Seattle is an ideal stopover before and after an Alaskan cruise. Two thirds of passengers cruising from Seattle do so. With so much of Seattle’s best scenery within three hours’ drive of
Sea-Tac Airport and Seattle’s cruise terminals, this is the ideal destination for fly-drive holidays of any duration, with time spent in Seattle at the beginning or end.
Washington has 25 scenic byways: from epic high mountain passes to memorable sea views, to rolling hills amongst the vineyards, this State has it all. Along the way are towns and cities with stories for you to discover, such as Wenatchee, the Apple Capital of the World, Spokane with its wines, breweries and roaring river, or Friday Harbor, heart of the San Juan Islands.
Seattle and Washington State are positioning themselves more and more in the minds of meetings and incentive bookers, reinforced by Seattle being the city of choice for major global businesses including Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Expedia, Starbucks, Costco, Facebook and Boeing. These companies base themselves in Seattle to offer an adventure meets urban lifestyle few can … Continue reading Meetings and incentives in Seattle and Washington State→read more >
Jul 21, 2017
SEATTLE – The Port of Seattle welcomes the announcement that Thomas Cook Airline, part of the Thomas Cook Group will begin new seasonal service from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Manchester beginning May 27, 2018. The twice-weekly (Thursday and Sunday) nonstop flight will be on an Airbus A330 airplane. Manchester is one of the UK’s most-visited … Continue reading New Manchester-Seattle flight with Thomas Cook Airline→read more >
Jun 26, 2017
Liverpool to Seattle – Clipper Round the World 2017-18 Imagine! 5 oceans, 6 continents, 700 crew, 8 legs, 12 identical ocean racing yachts, and 40,000 miles starting Sunday 20th August from Liverpool. The Port of Seattle is a programme sponsor and the Visit Seattle Clipper’s sail and hull will display the city’s skyline and include … Continue reading News Extras→read more >