Seattle International Airport
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Washington State Ferry Service
Getting to and from the airport from Seattle takes about 20-30 minutes by car. Expect to pay about $25 for a taxi. Rental cars also are available. Other options include Gray Line Airport Express, Shuttle Express, and the metro bus.
Airporter Shuttle. 1416 Whitehorn Street, Ferndale, WA 98248. Phone: 360-380-8800; Toll-free: 1-866-235-5247.
Offers transportation to and from SeaTac airport and serves Marysville, Stanwood, Mt. Vernon, Bellingham, Oak Harbor, Anacortes, and the San Juan Ferry. Scheduled round-trips daily to all areas.
Bremerton-Kitsap Airporter. Phone: 360-876-1737; Toll-free: 1-800-562-7948.
Capital Aeroporter Airport Shuttle. PO Box 2163, Olympia, WA 98507. Phone: 206-244-0011; Toll-free: 1-800-962-3579; Fax: 360-754-7118.
Serving the greater Tacoma, Olympia, Centralia, Shelton and Aberdeen areas plus SeaTac hotels and the community of Federal Way.
Emerald City Airport Shuttle. Phone: 206-622-3400; Toll-free: 1-888-622-3400.
Olympic Bus Lines. Phone: 360-417-0700; Toll-free: 1-800-457-4492.
Door to door ground transportation operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and averages only three stops per van. A van can meet you curbside at your airline and drop you off at a private home, hotel or office.
1st Class Limousine & Airport Shuttle. Phone: 206-444-5466.
Eastside for Hire. Phone: 206-242-6200.
STITA Taxi. 2809 S. 160th Street, SeaTac, WA 98188. Phone: 206-246-9999; Fax: 206-246-8845.
Yellow Cab of Seattle. 74 S. Hudson Street, Seattle, SeaTac, WA 98134. Phone: 206-622-6500.
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