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You can take either direct, non-stop or connecting flights on this route between Seattle and Oakland. Don't miss out on the cheapest flights from Seattle to Oakland Metropolitan Oak Airport (OAK) by monitoring airfare prices on this route using Skyscanner's Price Alert tool Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the only international airport located in Seattle, WA, that flies this route.
Airlines That Service the Seattle to Oakland Metropolitan Oak Airport Route
Are you looking for a direct flight from Seattle to Oakland Airport? Three airlines currently offer non-stop, daily service along this route:
- Alaska Airlines
- American Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
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Airlines servicing the Seattle to Oakland Metropolitan Oak Airport route that make connecting stops include:
- Spirit Airlines, stopping in Las Vegas McCarran Airport (LAS)
- jetBlue, with a stop in Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB)
- Hawaiian Airlines, connecting in Honolulu International Airport (HNL)
- Delta Airlines, stopping in Salt Lake City (SLC)
Alaska, American and Southwest Airlines also offer non-direct flights, with stops in Portland or Phoenix.
Flying Out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
The departure terminal on this route is typically Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), commonly called Sea-Tac. If you are flying non-stop to Oakland on Alaska Airlines, you will be heading for gates in the central terminal's areas C, D, or N where you'll find the largest variety of dining spots, shopping opportunities, ATMs and massage services before you board your plane. Southwest Airlines have their gates in the B section, where a few fast food shops and a newsstand are located. American Airlines at the D gates have a bit more variety in dining choices and vending machines, with a couple of small shops.
Transportation Links at Seattle-Tacoma Airport
Get to Seattle-Tacoma Airport using public transportation. Take Sound Transit's Link Light Rail, Sound Transit Express Bus, or a King County Metro Bus directly to the airport. Simply depart from the bus or rail station, take the pedestrian walkway to the Skybridge, and you will make your way to the central terminal.
If you drive to SEA, you can park at the Sea-Tac Airport parking garage with the most convenient access to the Skybridge on the fourth floor. There are short- and long-term parking options, with hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly rates available.
If you find yourself at the South Station of the Main Terminal where the A, B, and S gates are located and you need to get to the North Station to access other gates, there is a train that runs between these stations. There is also a loop train at both the north and south stations that run between the three gates in each area.
What To Expect From Seattle to Oakland
When your plane lands at Oakland Airport, you have a few options for ground transportation to your destination. You can get to the Oakland Airport BART station, which is situated across from baggage claim in Terminal 1 or a quick walk from Terminal 2, and take a train to the city center and other locales. If you wish to rent a car, there is a Rental Car Center at the airport, accessible via a rental car shuttle bus that operates between the terminal every 10 minutes.
Once you arrive in Oakland, you will find that restaurant prices and the cost of taking a taxicab ride are very much the same in both cities. You will find a bit of a difference in the weather, however, when you arrive in Oakland. Seattle can be much colder than Oakland, especially from November through March, when you will notice about a ten-degree difference in temperature, making Oakland feel more comfortable in winter weather. There is also less precipitation in Oakland than there is in Seattle. An average of six inches of snow or rain can fall in Seattle in the winter months, while Oakland rarely has snow accumulations. If you travel from Seattle to Oakland Metropolitan Oak Airport in July or August, you can expect the weather in Oakland to be a few degree cooler, with an average temperature of about 63 degrees Fahrenheit.
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