Look inside SEA’s new Int’l Arrivals Facility

This week Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) revealed its soon-to-be-finished International Arrivals Facility (IAF), which will dramatically improve the arrival experience for international visitors to SEA.

The facility is undergoing final readiness testing but should be up and running soon.

Here are some images of some of the greatly improved facilities, some of the art, and – our favorite part – the 780-foot long glass and steel walkway that arriving passengers will take from SEA’s South Sattelite Terminal to immigration, customs, and baggage services in the IAF. The walkway is 85 feet high and is the world’s longest walkway over an active taxiway.

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(All photos courtesy Port of Seattle)

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