SEA-TAC Airport Security Wait Times Summarized In 10 Tweets Bojan | March 18, 2016 | Airport | No Comments Tweet Hey TSA, are you listening? #SeaTac is busier than ever and it’s not even cruise season yet. Arrive early and plan for a bit of a wait pic.twitter.com/klQ1epQICT — Mo Stewart (@fried_madness) March 3, 2016 Are you kidding #seatac , chaos in security lines, never seen the security line this long pic.twitter.com/1YI5OU7ULS — Phillip Yin (@PhillipTKYin) March 4, 2016 With lines this long, @SeaTacAirport needs to install bathrooms & restaurants along the way! #fail @AskTSA #seatac pic.twitter.com/lnHGpls4S0 — Jerad Gardner, MD (@JMGardnerMD) March 17, 2016 The horror stories are real. #seatac should be better than this @codyscarter pic.twitter.com/uWsDT04mKd — Martin J Magers (@MJMagersMD) March 17, 2016 What a nightmare at #seatac airport #TSA. AMAZING pic.twitter.com/eTCx5xazIL — Lester Thompson (@headandneckpath) March 17, 2016 If this is a ploy to get my $$ for TSA precheck, it worked! Signing up when home. #seatac @ferrites @surrealistNYC pic.twitter.com/Nnu2WUTD6i — Francesca Khani, MD (@FKhaniPath) March 17, 2016 Bonus for me. Sucks for the hundreds others. At @SeaTacAirport. pic.twitter.com/ebcRqVC1Pd — David Parker Brown (@ARdpb) March 11, 2016 1 hour 30 mins so far in the #Seattle airport #SeaTac security lines. Terrible organisation Worst airport experience pic.twitter.com/yGtHOwv7zx — James (@jguion) March 4, 2016 Seattle Airport 43m passengers annually, but one TSA-PreCheck line open in the entire airport. It’s Wednesday 6p. ? pic.twitter.com/wL3zszBmfu — Dr. Eric Lee (@DrEricLee) March 17, 2016 Better be a fun ride at end of this line. Not as bad as predicted tho maybe 45 min #notdisney#seatac#USCAP2016pic.twitter.com/7wO8GUJqTL — Matthew Wasco (@Gleason4plus5) March 16, 2016 Picture Header Source: Andrew Pilloud, Flickr, CC BY 2.o Tweet Tags:AvGeek, sea-tac, seattle, seattle airport, tsa Related Posts You Can Now Watch Takeoff’s At SXM Airport! No Comments | Feb 26, 2016 About The Author Bojan I gained a love for planes at a young age and now consider myself an aviation geek. I look forward to sharing my stories and observations.