Terminal and departure info
At Memphis International Airport, the SeaPort ticket counter is located inside a private terminal near Signature Flight support.
Currently, all SeaPort flights departing from Memphis do not require TSA screening. Passengers can arrive 30 minutes prior to departure for check-in.
Parking and Ground Transportation
SeaPort offers a complimentary shuttle between the SeaPort private terminal and the main Memphis airport terminal for customers connecting on other carriers.
Parking is free at SeaPort's private terminal for SeaPort customers. Ground transportation options include several car rental options at the Memphis International Airport, and taxis are always available as well.
► Download the app
► Select your pick up location
► Request a ride
Restaurants and Food
No food items are available for purchase at SeaPort's private terminal in Memphis; however, the main Memphis terminal does offer sit-down and grab-and-go options.
Events and festivals
â–º The St. Jude's Class Golf Tournament
â–º Memphis in May
â–º Elvis Week
â–º Indie Memphis Film Festival
â–º Southhaven Spring Fest
â–º Mid-South Fair
â–º Memphis Music & Heritage Festival
â–º Cooper Young Festival
Find out more about the festivals and events in Memphis.
â–º Memphis Zoo
â–º Peabody Hotel
â–º Beale Street
â–º National Civil Rights Museum
Check out TripAdvisor's list of recommended Memphis attractions.
SeaPort Airlines, Memphis
2540 Winchester Road
Memphis, TN 38116
â–º Any of the Memphis Blues restaurants
â–º Rendezvous BBQ
â–º Memphis Grizzlies games
â–º Memphis Redbirds games
â–º Beale Street
â–º Felicia Suzanne downtown restaurant
â–º Leonard's BBQ
â–º Memphis BBQ Company
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- Memphis is named for its Egyptian sister on the Nile.
- Elvis Presley called Memphis home.
- "Memphis" means established and beautiful.
- Memphis is known as the "Homes of the Blues & Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll".
- More songs mention Memphis than any city in the world (more than 400, according to Billboard Magazine).