SYNOPSIS: The Port of Seattle is building a new, expanded International Arrivals Facility (IAF) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to significantly enhance the international passenger experience, advance the Puget Sound region as a leading tourism and business gateway, and serve the traveling public well into the future. The IAF, the most complex capital development program in the history of the 70-year-old airport, will significantly improve the arrival process for international passengers without adding new gates. The existing 1970s-era facilities cannot accommodate Seattle’s growing demand for international travel
The IAF was designed to increase capacity and will provide the following benefits:
- Nearly double international-capable gates (from 12 to 20)
- Increase passenger capacity by more than double to 2,600 passengers per hour
- Incorporate enhanced technologies for faster passport check clearance
- Increase size and number of bag claim carousels from four to seven
- Reduce the minimum passenger connection time from 90 to 75 minutes
Stephen St. Louis
Project Manager, Port of Seattle
LOCATION: Microsoft Teams
August 13th, 2020
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