Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
The airport serves more than 5 million passengers. The airport is truly the gateway to Alaska, serving a growing number of national and international airlines. More than 5 million passengers pass through our gates annually. Besides serving the traveling public, ANC is a major global hub for cargo carriers. ANC is also the home of the Lake Hood Seaplane Base – the largest seaplane base in the world! Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Downtown Anchorage and is served by local bus routes, as well as shuttles to downtown locations. The airport is an economic engine for the Municipality of Anchorage, with over 15,500 jobs attributed to airport-related activity. In addition to passenger service, the Anchorage Airport is North America’s primary hub for international commercial cargo activity. Located 9.5 hours or less from 90% of the industrialized world, ANC is North America’s second busiest cargo airport and fifth busiest in the world.