Port of Seattle seeking Volunteers to help test Sea-Tac Airport’s new North Satellite


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The Port of Seattle is seeking Volunteers to help test and launch the modernized North Satellite at Sea-Tac Airport.

The Port of Seattle seeks residents to participate in its “Full Scale Passenger Experience Simulation” for the North Satellite Modernization project at the airport.

“We are seeking 175 volunteers to help test processes and procedures for phase one of the North Satellite Modernization project, which is the expansion of the 45-year-old facility to better serve passengers with more choices and amenities for an enhanced travel experience,” the Port said. “This phase will open new gates on the west end of the facility.”

Volunteers will act as passengers to simulate various functions and amenities before the facility opens to the public on Jan. 23, 2019:

WHEN: Saturday, January 12, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

WHERE: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

TARGET AUDIENCE: Members of the traveling public, students from the surrounding airport communities, and aviation enthusiasts.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested volunteers must complete a registration application:

Apply to Volunteer Here!

THINGS TO NOTE:

  • Once the application screening process is complete, volunteers will be notified if selected to participate in the simulation event as space is limited. Breakfast, lunch, parking validation and a special gift will be provided.
  • The Port of Seattle is committed to achieving excellence in all areas and your contributions in this event will make a difference. All participants will be required to fill out a survey at the completion of the event. The feedback about the experience and participation in our simulation will be invaluable and ensure opening day is a success.
  • Please send an email to our Operational Readiness and Airport Transition (ORAT) team at [email protected], or call Charles Goedken at (206) 787-6124 if you have questions.

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