Serving two dozen national and international cities, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport connects Alaska with the world. Flights from Seattle and Salt Lake, Portland and Phoenix, Chicago and Minneapolis, make up some of the more than 100 passenger flights arriving and departing daily from Alaska's largest airport. Direct flights from major hubs mean you could be sipping coffee at your kitchen table in the morning, then filling up on mountain views and fresh Alaska cuisine by lunch.
Airlines Flying to Anchorage
Carriers including Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Flair Airlines, Ravn Alaska, Grant Aviation, Frontier Airlines, Sun Country, and United Airlines use the south terminal, while international flights from Condor and Eurowings Discover arrive in the north terminal all summer long. Routes and schedules are subject to change and seasonal availability, so check in with individual carriers to find the best options for your trip.
Distance to the Airport
Just six miles from downtown Anchorage, about 15 minutes in a car, transportation from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is convenient by taxi, ride hailing service, hotel courtesy shuttles, or People Mover bus.
With on-site car rental facilities, a rail terminal for some cruise tour passengers, local shopping and restaurants, a surprising Alaska Native art collection, historic aircraft displays and a commanding view of the Chugach Mountains, the airport has moments as an attraction in its own right.