NOTICE OF SCHEDULE CHANGES: Bellair Airporter Shuttle operations to and from Sea-Tac Airport are operating in a limited capacity. As travel trends increase, additional daily trips will be added.
Advance reservations are currently required to guarantee the shuttle stops at your desired pick up location.
NOTE: Per federal mandate, face masks are required to ride the shuttle. Masks must be worn over both mouth and nose for the duration of the trip.
When operating at full capacity, Bellair Charters / Airporter Shuttle offers 10 round-trips daily via the I-5 Corridor as well as 5 round-trips daily via the I-90 Corridor to Sea-Tac Airport. The I-90 shuttle also provides a stop at the Sound Transit Link Light Rail stop. See below for more info.
SEA-TAC AIRPORT – 17801 International Boulevard, Seattle
Drop Off Locations: When arriving by shuttle at Sea-Tac Airport, there are two drop off locations – Stop #1 Alaska Airlines/Ground Transportation and Stop #2 United/Delta. These are the only two locations the shuttle is permitted to drop passengers arriving for their departing flights.
Boarding Location: On a flight arrival to Sea-Tac Airport, follow airport signs to the Baggage Claim level. After collecting luggage, turn to face the street. Then, turn to the right and walk to the end of the Baggage Claim area. Exit through Door #2 or Door #00, which are past Baggage Carousel #1. Shuttles board right outside on the sidewalk in the designated Airporter Shuttle area.
If arriving to Sea-Tac Airport by car and not by air, drop off at the south end of the arrivals level, near the Airporter sign.
Parking Info: There are many parking options in and around Sea-Tac Airport. Click Here for parking options directly at the airport.
LINK LIGHT RAIL (Sea-Tac Airport Station)
General Info: This shuttle stop is available to passengers traveling the I-90 corridor only and advanced reservations are required for pick-up. From this stop, travel can continue to all the various stops serviced by Link Light Rail, which include downtown Seattle and the University of Washington.
Directions: Located on the corner of International Boulevard at South 176th Street. Board the shuttle near the bus stop on International Boulevard.
To access Link Light Rail from the shuttle stop, it is a short walk to the elevator, which takes you to the skybridge. Cross the skybridge to the ticketing. Then, continue up the escalator one level up to board the train.
Parking: No parking is available at the shuttle stop.