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Baggage Loader At Seattle Airport Catches Fire

SEATAC, Wash. (AP) — A baggage loading machine at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport caught fire but it was quickly put out.

Dave Arnold, a spokesman for Virgin America, says the loader was being used to put luggage on Flight 784 to Los Angeles on Thursday morning when it momentarily caught fire. 62 more words

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San Juan and Celebrity Summit - Day 1

11/4/15 – It’s finally here.  The day Pam & I leave for our big vacation.  We have been planning this for over a year, put our deposits down in January and finally, we are heading to SeaTac airport tonight for our 10:15 PM flight. 234 more words

General Travel Info

Leaving Alaska starting the long trip home.

After the short nights sleep we were up dressed and down stairs waiting on are bus to the airport. When we arrived and before we loaded on to the plain we talked to the lady at the desk, told her that we would like to set together. 222 more words

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Record Number Of Travelers Strain Seattle Airport

SEATAC, Wash. (AP) — Four million passengers passed through Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in June, breaking a monthly record set in 2014 but straining services and creating long lines at security checkpoints. 587 more words

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Audio: 911 Call From Airport Employee Who Fell Asleep In Cargo Hold

(CBS Seattle) — The 911 call from an employee who became trapped in the cargo hold of a plane has been released.

The Alaska Airlines flight was… 220 more words

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No Fan Access For Seahawks Return To Sea-Tac Airport

SEATAC, Wash. (AP) — The Port of Seattle says there will be no access for fans at Sea-Tac Airport to view the Seahawks Monday afternoon when they return from the Super Bowl. 60 more words

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South Seattle Drivers Should Plan For Traffic During Seahawks Send-Off

(CBS Seattle) — The Washington State Department of Transportation has announced that the northbound and southbound I-5 ramps on South 188th Street/Orillia Road South in SeaTac will be closed from 8:30 a.m. 107 more words

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