214. Everett, Washington USA
I’ve been to Boeing’s Paine Field to watch airplanes many times, but have only been to Everett, Washington once. It’s an old town with a massive waterfront, which means great views and of course seafood.
Everett is located north of Seattle in the state of Washington. It is a coastal town.
How To Get Here
You can take Greyhound to Seattle and then take public transportation or rent a car to get to Everett.
The nearest major international airport is SeaTac International Airport (SEA).
The airlines serving the SeaTac International Airport (SEA) are:
Aeromexico (AM), Air Canada (AC), Air France (AF), Alaska Airlines (AS), All Nippon Airlines (NH), American Airlines (AA), Asiana Airlines (OZ), British Airways (BA), Condor (DE), Delta Air Lines (DL), EVA Airways (BR), Emirates (EK), Eurowings (EW), Frontier Airlines (F9), Hainan Airlines (HU), Hawaiian Airlines (HA), Icelandair (FI), JetBlue Airways (B6), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), Korean Airlines (KE), Lufthansa German Airlines (LH), Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY), Qatar Airways (QR), Southwest Airlines (WN), Spirit Airlines (NK), Sun Country Airlines (SY), United Airlines (UA), Virgin America (VX), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS), Virgin Australia (VA), Volaris (Y4) and Xiamen Air (MF)
You can also fly into King County International Airport (BFI).
The airline that serves the King County International Airport (BFI) is Kenmore Air (M5).
And soon you can use the Snohomish County Airport (Boeing’s Paine Field) (PAE) with service from Alaska Airlines (AS) and United Airlines (UA).
If you are already in the region you can take the drive. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions.
Where To Stay
Many local hotels and chain hotels are available in this area.
Where To Eat
There are no shortage of restaurants here. Also head down to the Waterfront and enjoy the restaurants there.
What To Do
==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.
==>> Check out some tours from Viator.
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