Seattle airport (SEA) has a Main Terminal Building and two satellite terminals: North Terminal (“N” Gates) and South Terminal (“S” gates).
Each Satellite Terminal links with the Main Terminal Building via a Train Loop (North Train Loop, South Train Loop). The train loop is an underground people mover system.
Various shops, restaurants and cafés are located in the main area. There are also: a children’s play area, a Pet relief area, Vending Machines and ATMs.
The Main Terminal has 4 concourses named as: A, B, C and D.
It has 14 gates. It has two lounges: The CLUB AT SEA, and The UNITED Club.
Services provided at the concourse are: ATMs, Foreign Currency Exchange, United Terminal Customer Service, Shops, Restaurants.
It has 13 gates. It has the following lounges: American Express, The Centurion Studio and Delta Sky Club.
In addition to shops and restaurants, the concourse has ATMs machines and Delta airlines Customer Service.
Between Concourse A and Concourse B it is located the South Terminal (“S” gates). There is a train loop (underground people mover) that connects the 3 different concourses and terminal.
It has a total of 7 gates.
Services and facilities available at Concourse C: ATMs, butter London, Alaska Airlines Customer, a Massage Bar, a Service Center, Restaurants, Shops, Shoe Shine, Vending Machines.
It has 10 gates.
The services and amenities offered at the Concourse are: Alaska Airlines Board Room, Alaska Airlines Customer, Service Center, ATMs, Restaurants, Shops, Shoe Shine service, Vending Machines.
Between Concourse C and Concourse D it is located the North Terminal (“N” gates). There is a train loop (underground people mover) that connects the 3 different concourses and terminal.
It is located between Concourses C and D. It has a total of 13 gates.
Services offered: ATMs, Massage Bar, Service, Vending Machines, Alaska Airlines Board Room, Alaska Airlines Customer.
It is located between Concourses A and B. It has a total of 12 gates.
Services offered: ATMs, Foreign Currency Exchange, British Airways Terraces Lounge, Delta Sky Club, The Club at Sea, Vending Machines.
Most of the international flights are handled in the South Terminal (except those from airports with customer preclearance). In general, it takes between 30 minutes or 1 hour to clear U.S. Customs.
A Shuttle train service links both sides of the terminal with their respective satellite terminals: Concourses A + B + South Terminal. Concourses C + D + North Terminal.