Seattle To Bellingham By Car
Traveling by car
north from Seattle to Bellingham Washington takes
about 2 hours. Google says 1 hour 41 minutes but if there is any
kind of traffic slowdown in Everett or anywhere in between you are
looking at 2 hours. Traveling via I-5 can be enjoyable and
picturesque as you travel the final 20 miles or so approaching
Bellingham you pas through some of the most beautiful scenery in
Washington.For Fairhaven and the Alaskan
Marine Highway Ferry Cruise terminal take Exit # 250 off I-5 Freeway
For The Bellingham Airport take Exit # 258 which will be about
the 8th exit as you enter Bellingham.
To Bellingham By Train
Traveling north from Seattle to
Bellingham on Amtrak's Cascades train running from Seattle to
Vancouver B.C. is a beautiful trip that takes you along the shores
of Puget Sound and is a convenient way to get to Bellingham. The train
station is right next door to the
Bellingham Cruise Terminal, Home to the southern terminus of the
Alaskan Marine Highway Ferry System, making it an excellent choice
if that is your destination. Two Trains Travel Daily Between
Seattle And Bellingham, Then Onward To Vancouver British Columbia Which Is
About 45 Miles Further North.
Amtrak Train Station Bellingham
401 Harris Ave
Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 734-8851
To Bellingham By Plane
Flying Seattle to Bellingham by plane
is easy If you are trying to make it from SeaTac
airport to Bellingham's Airport. You can take a commuter plane for usually
about $100.00 each way. This is an easy and quick flight because the two
airports are only just over 110 miles apart. Bellingham's airport has seen
a huge increase in passengers now that there are direct flights to Hawaii,
Las Vegas, And other Sunny places south. Canadians have discovered it as
By driving across the border and flying from
they can avoid costly international taxes and fees of up to $175 or more!
Alaska Airlines often has 6 daily flights between Seattle and Bellingham
Airport. For more information contact Alaska Airlines at 1 800 252-7522.
The Bellingham Airport has four primary Bellingham
offering flights to the San Juan Islands, Hawaii, Las Vegas, and other
exciting destinations--all without the hassle of dealing with a mega
airport like Seatac. But fortunately security is every bit as strict and
thorough as Seatac--you just don't have huge lines or have to walk miles
to your gate.
Alaska Airlines offers several flights daily to Seattle
with connections to destinations beyond. Allegiant Air has flights to Las Vegas, Palm Springs,
Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, etc. And then there are other air carriers that fly smaller
planes to Anacortes, the San Juans, and other nearby Northwest
destinations. Bellingham Airlines offer a great alternative to mega
airports in Vancouver and Seattle.
Bellingham International Airport
4255 Mitchell Way
Bellingham, WA 98226 (360) 671-5674
Seattle To Bellingham By Airporter
This is by far the most popular choice form many people traveling
from Seattle to Bellingham. The cost is about $60+ per person, round trip
from SeaTac with discounts for Seniors, Military, & Youth.
Probably the best company to offer service is the Belair Airporter. (360)
380-8800. This is a great company with friendly drivers. One really great
thing about them is most if not all of their buses now have free internet
access on board, making the 2hr+ ride that much more enjoyable because you
can do your email, catch up on news, or just mindlessly surf the internet.
Depending on the number of users onboard, the connection can be either
fast or slow, but it is great that they have it and even greater that it
Seattle To Bellingham By Greyhound
Washington Greyhound bus station is also located right next door to the Alaska Marine
Highway Ferry Cruise Terminal, shared with the Amtrak Cascades train
station, making it very convenient and easy to get to. Seattle Wa to
Bellingham Wa is easy and convenient.
Greyhound Bus Terminal Bellingham
401 Harris Ave Ste
Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 733-5251