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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport


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    • Sea-Tac International Airport
    • Port of Seattle. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
    • Sea-Tac Airport
    • SEA
    • KSEA
    • Sea-Tac
    • Aeroport Internacional de Seattle-Tacoma
    • Flughafen Seattle/Tacoma
    • Aeropuerto Internacional de Seattle-Tacoma
    • Internacia Flughaveno Seattle-Tacoma
    • Aéroport international de Seattle-Tacoma
    • Bandar Udara Internasional Seattle-Tacoma
    • Bandara Internasional Seattle-Tacoma
    • Bandara Sea-Tac
    • Aeroporto Internazionale di Seattle-Tacoma
    • Port lotniczy Seattle-Tacoma
    • Aeroporto Internacional de Seattle-Tacoma
    • Международный аэропорт Сиэтл/Такома
    • Mezhdunarodnyĭ aėroport Siėtl/Takoma
    • Seattle-Tacoman kansainvälinen lentoasema
    • Sân bay quốc tế Seattle-Tacoma
    • Sân bay Sea-Tac
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      • found: Its Airport activity report, 1989:t.p. (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport) cover p. 4 (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Port of Seattle)
      • found: Sound information, 4th quarter 1993:p. 8 (Sea-Tac International Airport)
      • found: Initial review of comprehensive land use plans for community areas within Sea-Tac Airport's projected noise contour, 1999.
      • found: Sea-Tac Airport WWW, 12 March 2007(Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA))
      • found: Wikipedia, Mar. 31, 2007(Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (IATA: SEA, ICAO: KSEA), also known as Sea-Tac Airport; Sea-Tac; Seattle-Tacoma Airport was constructed by the Port of Seattle in 1944; commercial use of the airport began in 1947; two years later, the word International was added to the airport's name)
      • found: HistoryLink.org, Mar. 31, 2007:Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Part 1--Founding (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, or Sea-Tac as it commonly called; Seattle-Tacoma Airport was dedicated on October 31, 1944; Sea-Tac officially became the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on July 9, 1949)
      • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 29, 2011(Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (IATA: SEA, ICAO: KSEA, FAA LID: SEA), also known as Sea-Tac Airport or Sea-Tac; located in SeaTac, Wash.; 47°26ʹ56ʺN 122°18ʹ34ʺW) Catalan page (Aeroport Internacional de Seattle-Tacoma) German page (Flughafen Seattle/Tacoma) Spanish page (Aeropuerto Internacional de Seattle-Tacoma) Esperanto page (Internacia Flughaveno Seattle-Tacoma) French page (Aéroport international de Seattle-Tacoma) Indonesian page (Bandar Udara Internasional Seattle-Tacoma; Bandara Internasional Seattle-Tacoma (Bandara Sea-Tac)) Italian page (Aeroporto Internazionale di Seattle-Tacoma) Polish page (Port lotniczy Seattle-Tacoma) Portuguese page (Aeroporto Internacional de Seattle-Tacoma) Russian page (Международный аэропорт Сиэтл/Такома = MezhdunarodnyІi aЇeroport SiЇetl/Takoma; founded in 1944 as Аэропорт Сиэтл/Такома = AЇeroport SiЇetl/Takoma) Finnish page (Seattle-Tacoman kansainvЈalinen lentoasema) Vietnamese page (SЄan bay quЄЃoc tЄЃe Seattle-Tacoma; SЄan bay Sea-Tac)
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      • 1993-01-07: new
      • 2017-11-18: revised
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