International travel is booming at Sea-Tac Airport, and new ticket counters were opened Friday that should ease some of the passenger check-in crush.
Fourteen full-service international ticket counters were added at the south end of the main terminal across from the existing international check-in counters, said airport authorities. They’re both self-service and staffed counters. Japan’s All Nippon Airways is the first to use them.
Some temporary counters added by United, which has moved to the south end of the terminal, also will be kept.
At Sea-Tac, 13 new intercontinental services have been added since 2007, including new Delta flights beginning this year to London, Seoul and Hong Kong.