SEA Completes Central Terminal Renovation Project

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) has completed a 21.8 million USD renovation project at its Central Terminal.

This project aims to enhance the customer experience by providing more dining options, seating, charging stations and accessibility improvements.

It has also restored the 350-foot-long, 60-foot-high window wall and added new rocking chairs to help passengers enjoy the airfield view.

SEA Central Terminal
The Central Terminal, a favourite location for eating and relaxing at the heart of the airport, underwent a $21.8 million renovation
Port of Seattle Commissioner Fred Felleman said:

“The Central Terminal renovation transforms the travellers’ experience while advancing the Port’s triple bottom line. The renovation project has created new job opportunities for many small and minority-owned businesses in construction, dining, retail, as well as in the performing arts. Tenants such as Salty’s are striving to support the Port’s sustainability goals by seeking LEED Silver certification in the construction of its new restaurant. In addition to providing more choices for where to eat and relax, the renovation also provides greater accessibility, better seating, and more charging stations — all while immersing travellers in expansive views and classic “northwest chique” amenities.”

The Central Terminal renovation project began in February 2018, and was originally scheduled for completion in 2020. However, this timeline was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

SEA Central Terminal
The improved central terminal aims to enhance passenger wellbeing at SEA
SEA Airport Managing Director Lance Lyttle said:

“Central Terminal is a blueprint of how SEA will become a five-star airport and an inspiration of how we continue to put customer experience at the heart of all we do. I want to thank the project teams and SEA staff that brought this multi-stage project to completion. Their hard work has created more space for our passengers to sit, relax and shop with our dining and retail partners to get their journey started from when they enter the airport.”

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