How to Fix Sea-Tac Airport

Noting that commercial air travel sucks is about as edgy as complaining about airplane peanuts (which mostly don’t exist anymore). And if we’re honest, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has made some impressive tweaks in recent years, from the Spot Saver system to bypass the security line to the all-gender individual restrooms that opened in summer 2023.

But that doesn’t mean we like flying, especially at the 11th-busiest airport in the country. Sure, private jets or a mid-terminal amusement park would make it all better, but we focused on finding 10 things we could reasonably hope for Sea-Tac (or, as the airport signs claim it’s called, SEA)

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