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Sea-Tac Airport & Seattle to the San Juan Islands

Airporter Shuttle offers frequent round-trip service between Sea-Tac Airport, downtown Seattle and the San Juan Islands ferries.


Online ReservationsBellair Airporter Shuttle offers frequent round-trip service between Sea-Tac Airport, downtown Seattle and the San Juan Islands. Our buses connect with the San Juan Islands ferries in Anacortes to take you to Shaw, Lopez, Orcas and San Juan Islands, including Friday Harbor.

11 trips a day to/from Sea-Tac Airport, and 3 trips a day to/from Seattle.

QUESTIONS? Give us a call 24/7 at 866-BELLAIR (866-235-5247)

 

Click here for full schedule

 

San Juan IslandsThe San Juan Islands are truly a gem of Washington State. San Juan County enjoys more shoreline than any other county in America. The San Juan Archipelago includes more than 700 islands and reefs. Breathtaking views abound, and there are year-round activities to delight all who seek something special. Visitors come from around the globe to enjoy the spectacular wildlife, kayaking, whale watching, sight-seeing, comfort and friendliness of this magical area.

San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau site
San Juan Islands Chamber of Commerce site
Orcas Island Chamber of Commerce site
Washington State Ferries site

BELLAIR AIRPORTER STATUS

THURSDAY

May 23rd, 2019

866-BELLAIR
(866-235-5247)
360-380-8800

 

I-5 Southbound:

On time.

 

I-5 Northbound:

On time.

 

 

I-90 Westbound:

On time.

 

I-90 Eastbound:

On time.

 

 

 

Seattle Convention Center Passengers:

We pick up 4 times and drop off 3 times a day in downtown Seattle on 8th St. between Pike and Pine.

 

You can also use Seattle Light Rail to SeaTac and catch our 11 shuttles at SeaTac Airport to Bellingham and/or  5 daily shuttles to Yakima.

 

 

PARKING:
Please call in advance for parking availability at our Yakima - 360.398.6382,  and Burlington 360-.899.5291 locations.

 

Thank You!

 

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