9 Responses

  1. Gee Emm
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    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      Yup….an airport with roughly nil in the way of mass transit.

    2. David Huberman
      David Huberman at |

      They’ll fix that. Seattle is very good at the whole bus thing. A LOT of people use the public bus system – more than most cities in America.

      I would expect to see regular bus service from Paine to downtown, in the future

    3. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      The whole point of this airport is for passengers to avoid going downtown. And even if they want to add that service, the uncertainty of traffic on I-5 is enough that you’d still want to budget a ridiculous buffer if taking transit to/from Everett.

    4. Aaron Kitson
      Aaron Kitson at |

      In Seattle, we have Lyft/Uber now.

    5. Igor Matlin
      Igor Matlin at |

      PAE offers little over SEA for those coming to or from downtown Seattle. Maybe easier time clearing TSA. It is really for Bothell and communities North of it.

    6. Steven Sullivan
      Steven Sullivan at |

      If Seattle is your destination, this isn’t your airport. If points north are your home or destination, then it makes sense.

  2. Steven Sullivan
    Steven Sullivan at |

    The Seattle area is one where I’d still want to rent a car, unless going for business and staying relatively close to work, and not planning to go out of the area where I’m staying and working. If I’m there for leisure, there are too many great things outside the city that require a car for me to not rent one, and depend solely on public transit and taxis.

    1. Gil Gredinger
      Gil Gredinger at |

      Agreed. The one time we were there, the rental car was a must to go to all the tourist destinations in and around SEA.