Be ready for crowds and longer traces at Sea-Tac Airport over the remainder of the week.
About 148,000 vacationers are anticipated to move by way of Sea-Tac Airport Wednesday, and once more on Thursday following the Christmas vacation. Meaning longer traces at TSA checkpoints, and longer traces for vehicles dropping off and selecting up passengers. It’s all a part of a post-Christmas journey rush on the airport.
KIRO 7’s Robert Munoz reviews that after this week, the busiest journey days of the 12 months can be behind us. Nonetheless, Jan. 2, 2019 is anticipated to be one other heavy day for vacationers.
SEATAC AIRPORT – traces already beginning to construct at TSA checkpoints this morning, for post-Christmas day journey. They count on 148,000 to return by way of at this time, after which repeat that once more tomorrow. @KIRO7Seattle pic.twitter.com/sHRu0EI8eF
— Rob Munoz (@RobKIRO7) December 26, 2018
Christmas day was the calm earlier than the journey storm. A handful of vacationers flocked to Sea-Tac to keep away from the large crowds anticipated to flood the airport. TSA brokers instructed KIRO 7 that many passengers have introduced them cookies and different vacation treats with notes for them as they labored on Christmas day.
“I’ve (traveled on Christmas day) three years in a row now,” Nancy Wisnieski instructed KIRO 7. “Excellent time to journey.”
In the meantime, site visitors for the morning commute the day after Christmas was significantly mild.
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Your commute is free-flowing…
Right here’s the way it’s eight a.m. Solely incident taking place on SB I-5 in downtown Seattle. Fireplace dept blocking proper lane close to Denny Method. pic.twitter.com/Gd1xTdz2XO
— WSDOT Site visitors (@wsdot_traffic) December 26, 2018