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Flights from Spokane to Seattle
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Airports in Spokane
Spokane is served by Spokane International Airport. It is the primary airport serving the Inland Northwest (a region that includes Spokane and comprises 30 counties). This airport is located about 5 miles away from downtown Spokane in Washington and it serves 13 scheduled and a few seasonal domestic destinations. Spokane International Airport is well-connected to other parts of Spokane through rental cars, hotel shuttles, taxis, Limousines and state-operated bus services (Spokane Transit Authority or STA).
Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. It is located between Puget Sound and Lake Washington in King County, Washington, US overlooking Elliott Bay. The city assumes many nicknames like the ‘Emerald City’ because of its lush evergreen forests, the ‘Gateway to Alaska’ for being the nearest major city to Alaska and the ‘Jet City’ because it is home to one of the largest global aircraft manufacturers- Boeing. Some major attractions in the city include its extensive performing arts and music scenes besides the Space Needle, the University of Washington and Pike Place Market.
Things to do in Seattle
The Space Needle is an observation tower in Seattle. Built in the Seattle Center exclusively for the 1962 World's Fair, it tops out a height of 605 feet and was once the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River. The Seattle Needle has an observation deck at 520 feet and a rotating restaurant at 500 feet. This iconic tower has appeared in many TV shows and movies.
Pike Place Market
Opened in 1907, the Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States. It is located along the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle and ranks as the most visited attraction in the city with over 10 million visitors annually. This marketplace is built as a series of many floors that are dedicated to different types of businesses like antique items, vintage collectible shops and small family-owned restaurants.
The Seattle Aquarium is a public aquarium that promotes marine conservation and instructs over 800000 visitors each year about marine life. Opened in 1977, this aquarium wows its visitors with several exhibits for marine animals. A star highlight here is the Underwater Dome (a transparent undersea room in a 400000 US-gallon tank) and features several fish species.
Best Time to fly to Seattle
The best time to visit Seattle is the summer season from June to August. The city is comfortably placed at around 75 deg F with little or no chance of rains. One can enjoy cultural festivals and events like Seattle International Film Festival (May-June) and Seattle Pride (June). Budget travelers can visit the city in the winter season from November to February. It is cold, wet and snowy at 45 to 50 deg F but the city is soaked in Earshot Jazz Festival (October-November), Seattle International Comedy Competition (November) and Christmas Ship Festival (December).