A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman said Monday morning the agency has not yet released its decision on passenger airline service at Everett’s Paine Field. Allegiant Air wants to start operating four flights a week.
An Oregon man who stripped nude at Portland’s airport security to protest what he saw as invasive measures was found not guilty of indecent exposure.
The mayor of Granite Falls, Wash., has been released from jail after police arrested him at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, alleging he threatened an adult niece.
The Transportation Security Administration says it will be using Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s north security checkpoint for its new expedited screening program.
Whether it’s a ride to the airport, a corporate event, wedding, prom, or just a city tour, Seattle has a variety of car services to meet your needs. Here are some of our favorites!
Emirates Airlines is planning to start flights between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Dubai International Airport on Thursday, March 1, 2012. Emirates will operate Boeing 777-300ER aircraft between the two cities.
SeaTac Airport is honored for its on-time performance on the same day the airport is announcing a new music initiative, bringing the best of the NW artists and bands into the airport. No more elevator music in Seattle! You’ll be entertained by Quincy Jones, Heart, Nirvana and more!
Airlines are doing their best Friday to accommodate passengers whose flights were canceled at Sea-Tac Airport because of the storm, but more cancellations today are making that task difficult.
The Port of Seattle is reporting one runway open for air travel this morning after SeaTac Airport had shut down earlier today due to ice. Meantime, Alaska Airlines has announced their operations have been hindered by the weather, with only four flights dispatched by 12:00pm today.
Alaska Airlines says it’s canceling 38 flights due to weather out of Seattle and Portland today. They’re also relaxing the change fees and allowing flights to be rescheduled.