|Origin Airport IATA Code||TUL|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||SEA|
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If you need to take a quick trip, consider booking your flights from Tulsa with the help of Orbitz.com. Tulsa International Airport serves Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the surrounding areas. The airport is located eight miles northeast of central Tulsa and is the global maintenance center for American Airlines. Delta, SkyWest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, ExpressJet Airlines, and Trans States Airlines also operate out of the airport.
Tulsa International Airport offers hourly, garaged, economy, valet and reserved parking. Hourly parking will cost you $1 for the first 30 minutes. Expect to pay $2 per hour for each hour afterwards. Economy parking is located near the shuttles and costs $6 a day. Garage parking is also available for $10 per day. The airport also offers a cell phone lot, as well as parking for the handicapped.
Tulsa International Airport offers a variety of ground transportation options. Taxis are located outside the baggage claim area. Expect to pay around $15 per person to get to downtown Tulsa. Tulsa Transit, the city's public transit system, also has routes to and from the airport. Alamo, Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, Thrifty, and Dollar all have counters at the airport.
Tulsa International Airport offers a variety of dining options for hungry travelers. Dining establishments such as Freckle's Frozen Custard, Mazzio's Pizza, Quiznos, Starbucks and T.F.I Friday's are located on concourse A. Camille's Sidewalk Cafe also offers more substantial meals, such as soups, salads, and breakfast items. Book your flights from Tulsa with Orbitz.com.
On your next trip to the Pacific Northwest, use Orbitz to find low-cost domestic and international flights to Seattle. The primary airport is the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, more commonly known as Sea-Tac, located roughly 15 miles south of downtown Seattle. The Boeing Field-King County International Airport is less than 10 miles south of the city, but flights into this airport are generally more limited and a bit more expensive.
You will have several public transportation options once you land in Seattle, including Link Light Rail and King County Metro Transit. There are also public taxis, share-a-ride shuttles and private car services ready to bring you to your final destination. Expect to pay a fare of between $35 and $45 from Sea-Tac into downtown Seattle, and roughly half of that from the Boeing Field airport. Use Orbitz.com to plan your trip, and you will be able to either rent a car or choose a hotel that has free shuttle service to and from the airport.
Seattle has a mild climate, with winter temperatures usually ranging from the mid-30s to the mid-40s and summer temperatures that rarely go above the mid-70s. November and December usually have a fair amount of rainfall, but the rest of the year is fairly dry. Because cool nights occur year round, plan a wardrobe that you can layer to accommodate the fluctuating temperatures.
Visitors to Seattle have no shortage of things to see and do. Some of the most famous landmarks include the Space Needle, the site of the original Starbucks in Pike Place Market and Bill Gates' house on Lake Washington. There are also plenty of parks, museums, theaters, shops and restaurants in and around the city. Enjoy your stay, and the next time you need discount flights to Seattle, be sure to use Orbitz.com.
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