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Official Airline of SIFF 2014


Delta Air Lines

Named the ‘Most Admired Airline’ by FORTUNE magazine for the third time in four years, Delta Air Lines is proud to serve the people of Seattle with a growing global network that will operate 79 peak-day departures to 25 destinations from the Emerald City by summer 2014, including new nonstop daily service to London Heathrow, Seoul and Hong Kong. As Seattle’s global carrier, Delta also operates daily nonstop service to Amsterdam, Paris, Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo-Narita and Tokyo-Haneda, bringing our total nonstop transoceanic destinations to nine, as many as all other Sea-Tac international carriers combined. And we offer two-class service on every flight and Wi-Fi service on nearly every domestic flight. We’ve also invested $14 million in our facilities at Sea-Tac, including recently completed lobby renovations, a new Delta Sky Club, Sky Priority services, new gate area power recharging stations and expanded ticket counters, providing you with a seamless experience no matter where your travels take you across the globe.


Official Supporting Partner Airline

Alaska Airlines

Alaska is Seattle's airline, with the most non-stop flights to the most cities. Enjoy low fares to our newest cities: New Orleans and Tampa/St Petersburg beginning in June, and Detroit in September. Explore More. Spend Less. Visit alaskaair.com today.


Once you arrive at Sea-Tac Airport, there are several options for getting to Downtown Seattle:

  • UBER's on-demand car service provides flat rate fees of $50 for a black car (up to 4 people) or $65 for an SUV (for 4-6 people)

  • Sound Transit's Central Link light rail serves Sea-Tac Airport to Westlake Station in downtown Seattle with a travel time of 37 minutes and $2.75 one-way fare

  • For more ground transportation options including bus, shuttle or taxi service, visit the Port of Seattle's ground transportation page

Ground Transportation Partner

Seattle MonorailSeattle Center Monorail

Departs approximately every 10 minutes from two stations: Westlake Center Station, at 5th Avenue and Pine Street and Seattle Center Station, adjacent to the Space Needle, providing easy access between two festival venues: SIFF Cinema Uptown on lower Queen Anne and AMC Pacific Place Cinemas downtown. For rider alerts, event information, photos, and the latest Seattle Monorail news, visit them on Facebook.