Seattle Flights Guide
Seattle is one of the U.S.’s fastest growing cities and the largest city of the Pacific Northwest. Sitting on an isthmus between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, Seattle is a major port city, as well as being the hub for “green” industry and sustainable development. The city is also a major musical center, with many types of music being born there, such as the style known as “grunge”, and also the birthplace of the rock icon Jimi Hendrix. Seattle is a cultural, musical and environmental heart of the Pacific Northwest.
Attractions in Seattle vary and include the famed Space Needle (an icon and most known landmark of Seattle) that has been a staple of the Seattle horizon since 1962. There’s also the Seattle Center which surrounds the Space Needle and is home to many of the city’s local cultural and civic events. The Seattle Symphony Orchestra is almost a century-old and is one of the most recorded in the US; it plays mainly at Benaroya Hall. Also be sure to check out the very first Starbucks which opened in 1971, McCaw Hall (which hosts the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet), the Seattle International Film Festival, the Henry Art Gallery (opened in 1971 and was the first public gallery in the state), the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park and the Seattle Art Museum.
Don’t forget to take in a shopping trip or check out one of Seattle’s finest restaurants; the city has hundreds of the best of what Washington has to offer, whether it be seafood at Aqua By El Gaucho restaurant or handmade sweaters at the Wallingford Center indoor shopping plaza. Here are a few of Seattle’s best restaurants: Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge, Canlis, How to Cook a Wolf, HerbFarm Restaurant, and the famed El Gaucho. Shopping malls include the Pike Place Market, Westfield Southcenter Shopping Mall, Northgate Mall and Fremont.
Traveling in Seattle is quite easy, given the many different modes of transportation the city has. You can take light rails trains, bus service, taxis, and walking. For air travel to and from the city, there is the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
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Seattle Travel Facts
- Seattle, USA connects to 197 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Seattle is 6 miles to Seattle on Kenmore Air.
- The longest flight from Seattle is 6049 miles to Taipei on US Airways.
- Alaska Airlines fly to 67 destinations including Yakima from Seattle.
- Continental Airlines fly to 26 destinations including Washington from Seattle.
- American Airlines fly to 19 destinations including Taipei from Seattle.
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Seattle Airlines & Flight Schedules
- Alaska Airlines fly from Seattle to Anchorage and 67 other cities including Yakima.
- Continental Airlines fly from Seattle to Anchorage and 26 other cities including Washington.
- American Airlines fly from Seattle to Burbank and 19 other cities including Taipei.
- Delta Air Lines fly from Seattle to Amsterdam and 18 other cities including Vancouver.
- United Airlines fly from Seattle to Anchorage and 15 other cities including Washington.
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