Economical Flights to Seattle

Book discounted flights to Seattle, Washington

Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Jimi Hendrix all had their beginnings in Seattle, a city that is more well-known for its addiction to coffee (Starbucks was founded in this city, and there are more than 130 Starbucks cafés here), than for its musical legacy. Additionally, it is one of the most important technological centres in the nation, being the location of major corporations such as Amazon, Nintendo, Microsoft, and others. 


There is a thriving music and art scene, a lot of wonderful bars, a lot of history, and plenty of nature to explore. The cuisine is incredible and there is a lot of it. The standard of living is really high in this location.

High Season
September to October

Best Month

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What is the best month to fly to Seattle, Washington?


Between June and September, when the weather is hottest and driest, is the optimal season to visit The Emerald City. July and August are specifically the driest and sunniest months of the year in Seattle. July's average rainfall is 0.93 inches, while August's average rainfall is 1.16 inches. However, these months are also the height of the tourist season, so accommodations and flights will be the most expensive. 


Despite its reputation for copious rainfall throughout the year, Seattle has a comparatively mild climate, particularly in comparison to other Pacific Northwest cities. Therefore, if you want to avoid crowds and save money, April-May or September-October are not the worst times to visit Seattle.

Things to do in Seattle, Washington

Space Needle
Pike Place Market
Museum of Pop Culture
Kerry Park

What is the most affordable day to fly?

Tuesdays and Wednesdays offer the most affordable domestic flights. When flying within the United States, the cheapest days to depart are often Tuesday or Wednesday. 

Are Sea-Tac and Seattle's airports identical? 

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (IATA: SEA, ICAO: KSEA, FAA LID: SEA), also known as Seattle Airport, SEATAC Airport, and Sea-Tac, is the largest airport in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States and serves Seattle and Tacoma Area, Washington, as well as the entire Seattle metropolitan area. 

How far is Seattle's downtown from the airport? 

The distance between Seattle's airport and downtown is about 38 minutes. You may also take a bus to reach your destination. Consult our convenient trip planner to get started.

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