Contact Us Phone: 206.787.5312 Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed holidays and weekends. Location: Mezzanine level above American Airlines. Note: If you lost your property more than 14 days ago, please call our office.
We are sorry that you have lost your property, we will do everything we can to help you recover it.
Find answers to most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below. If you want to file a lost property report, click the 'new report' button.
Lost and Found receives items left at security checkpoints the following business day.
If you are in need of immediate assistance regarding a left behind item at a security checkpoint within the last 24 hours, on a weekend or holiday closure, you can claim your property from a TSA supervisor in person at the Central Checkpoint.
Turn in the property to Sea-Tac Airport Lost and Found as soon as possible to give the owner a better chance of reclaiming their property. We do not accept reports for found items and cannot reunite owners with their property without a detailed description and the property in our possession.
Sea-Tac Airport Lost and Found staff researches items for identifying information and characteristics and will notify owners by USPS mail and phone if contact information is found on or inside property.
Sea-Tac Airport Lost and Found provides shipping options.
Welcome to the Sea-Tac International Airport Lost and Found website. Because your privacy is important to us, we want you to understand our practices about collecting and using your information. It is our intent to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of information that we have collected from you. We employ reasonable security measures to protect the security of it. When you request information, it is transmitted in a safe, encrypted format and we maintain the data you provide in a secure database. In order to best protect your privacy, we ask that you not include any sensitive personally identifiable information into this form. We do not require it to help re-connect you with your lost property. Do not include: social security number (SSN); credit card number or banking information; passport number, foreign Visa number; tax information; anything that can be used to facilitate identify theft (e.g., mother's maiden name); or any HIPPA-protected information (e.g., health, medical, or psychological information).