Flights from Seattle to Nome

Seattle and Nome airports and terminals

Airports in Seattle WA, US

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    SeaTac Airport (SEA)

    Distance from City Center: 10.9 miles

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Airports in Nome AK, US

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    Nome Airport (OME)

    Distance from City Center: 0.9 miles

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Flights to Nome

Seattle Airport

While Seattle is home to several airports, the only one that handles commercial flights is the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Also known as Sea-Tac, this airport is responsible for all incoming flights, along with flights from Seattle. Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, and US Airways are a few airlines that operate out of this airport. Located in SeaTac, Washington, the airport sits along the intersection of three state routes: 99, 518, and 509. Though the airport has three terminals, only the Concourse Terminal and North Satellite Terminal handle domestic flights. The South Satellite Terminal specializes in international flights. It's just a short drive from the airport to downtown.

Transportation

When you need to reach your hotel quickly, head for the public transportation system, which consists of Sound Transit and Metro Transit. The buses and light rails only cost a few dollars, and you can visit the sales counter at any station to purchase tickets for your trip. The light rail system drops passengers directly at some of the top hotels in the downtown area. Seattle uses a grid system for its roads, which makes finding your hotel easy if you drive. You can use the Orbitz.com sign to look for rental cars from the airport.

Weather

If you visit during the spring, winter, or fall, you need a warm coat and an umbrella. Though the city does not get snow, it does get a high amount of rain during these seasons, and temperatures that can drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. The summer is much warmer, with temperatures in the high 70s and less rainfall.

Popular Attractions

Seattle is home to dozens of cultural activities and attractions, including the Seattle International Film Festival, the Henry Art Galley, the Woodland Park Zoo, and the Seattle Underground Tour, which takes you through older parts of the city. When you look for flights from Seattle on Orbitz.com, take a few minutes to look for other low-cost attractions in the city.

Nome Airport Information

Make travel plans to Nome with ease at Orbitz.com. Compare flights and find discount fares using handy tools that help you search schedules and pricing. Flights to Nome arrive two miles west of the city, at Nome Airport. Carriers including Alaska Airlines, Bering Air, and Era Alaska all provide services to the airport. All carriers offer domestic flights throughout Alaska, and Bering Air provides routes from Provideniya Bay Airport in Russia and Ugolny Airport in Siberia.

Transportation at Nome Airport

Cab services are available from the airport through Mr. Cab, E-Z Transportation, and Checker Cab, Inc. Fares average roughly $6 per passenger for a one-way trip into Nome.

Weather in Nome

Nome experiences lengthy, frigid winters and brief summers. Each winter averages 57 inches of snowfall, while summers bring 16.6 inches of precipitation. February is the coldest month in Nome, with anaverage high of a brisk 5.7°F. The warmest average temperature, 52.6°F, comes in July. Summer is ideal for travelers, as it offers the most comfortable temperatures.

Main Attractions of the Area

Nome offers a variety of attractions year-round. Activities vary by season, but there are always plenty of things to experience in the city. Winter travelers can enjoy cross-country skiing and stunning views of the Northern Lights. The Iditarod Race ends its course in Nome every March. While the finish is a spectacular occasion, Nome celebrates the race for two weeks with a mixture of activities to enjoy. Summer visitors can spend a day at the Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum, featuring local history and Inuit culture information. For a day in the great Alaskan outdoors, pan for gold, fish or view the 2,000 species of wildflowers that grow in the Nome area over the summer. Relax and enjoy what Nome has to offer. Plan your travel itinerary and find flights to Nome with Orbitz.com.