Sea-Tac Airport Information--Architecture
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ARCHITECTURE--the Gina Marie Lindsey Arrivals Hall
One area in the airport is especially noteworthy from an architectural standpoint. The Gina Marie Lindsey Arrivals Hall adjacent to Concourse A welcomes arriving passengers with a spectacular 70 foot tall and 300 foot long curving glass window overlooking a bright and airy hall. Two historic aircraft are suspended from the ceiling and add to the dramatic scene of the Arrivals Hall. Take a few minutes to enjoy this airport feature. The hall offers a wonderful array of scenes for the photographer. Our website has a lot of information about the architecture in the Seattle area. The Arrivals Hall definitely is on our list of architecture worth seeing.
Historic Aircraft in the Arrivals Hall
One of the aircraft in the Arrivals Hall is an Alexander Eaglerock Combo-Wing built in 1928. This beautifully-restored historic aircraft soars gracefully over the Arrivals Hall.
The other gorgeous aircraft flying over the Arrivals Hall is a Burt Ratan Voyager, a copy of the historic aircraft that made the first non-stop trip around the world without refueling