Airports in Alaska

There are more than 20 Alaska airports with scheduled flights. More specifically, Anchorage Airport is the only medium hub airport, while there are 26 small hub and nonhub airports. A lot of the airports are connected to West Coast and Midwest destinations. All the bigger ones, like Anchorage and Fairbanks Airport, can handle all airplane sizes. Alaska Airlines is the most common carrier, but there are also other, regional airlines such as Warbelow’s Air Ventures and RavnAir operating at Alaska airports. Make sure to check the map of airports in Alaska at the bottom of the text.

List of airports

Anchorage International Airport – IATA Code – ANC (~ 5 M Passengers)

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is a medium-hub airport located 8 km southwest of Anchorage city. Airport is a hub for Alaska Airlines, PenAir and RavnAir. Besides domestic flights, there are seasonal departures to some of the European destinations. Seattle and Portland are among the most common destinations from Anchorage airport. Route 40 connects Anchorage with the airport. Taxis and car rentals are also available.

Fairbanks International Airport – IATA Code – FAI (~ 1 M Passengers)

Fairbanks International Airport serves the city of Fairbanks in Central Alaska. Airport is located some 9 km from the city downtown. Yellow line is the public bus route connecting the airport and the city. There are also car rentals and taxis on site. FAI airport is a hub for EvertsAir and Warbelow’s Air, but also has flights by major airlines like United and Delta. Seattle and Anchorage are top destinations from Fairbanks airport.

Juneau International Airport – IATA Code – JNU (~ 0.5 M Passengers)

Juneau International Airport is located in Southern Alaska, about 12.5 km from Juneau city. Airport offers mostly regional flights operated by Alaska Airlines and (seasonally) Delta Airlines. Seattle is the most connected city with Juneau Airport. There are several ways of reaching Juneau city. However, Capital Transit public transport is the most common choice. Alternatively, you can use taxis and car rental services too.

Bethel Airport – IATA Code – BET

  • Nearby city(s): Bethel (6.5 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, Grant Aviation, RavnAir

Ketchikan Airport – IATA Code – KTN

  • Nearby city(s): Ketchikan (2 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, Delta Connection

Kenai Municipal Airport – IATA Code – ENA

  • Nearby city(s): Kenai (1.5 km)
  • Airline(s): Grant Aviation, RavnAir

Sitka Airport – IATA Code – SIT

  • Also Called: Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport
  • Nearby city(s): Sitka (2 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, Delta Connection

Kodiak Airport – IATA Code – ADQ

  • Also Called: Kodiak Benny Benson State Airport 
  • Nearby city(s): Kodiak (7 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, Island Air Service, ServantAir

Kotzebue Airport – IATA Code – OTZ

  • Also Called: Ralph Wien Memorial Airport
  • Nearby city(s): Kotzebue (0.5 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, BeringAir, RavnAir

Nome Airport – IATA Code – OME

  • Nearby city(s): Nome (3 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, BeringAir, Ryan Air

Deadhorse Airport – IATA Code – SCC

  • Also Called: Prudhoe Airport
  • Nearby city(s): Prudhoe Bay (5 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, RavnAir

Barrow Wiley Post–Will Rogers Airport – IATA Code – BRW

Homer Airport – IATA Code – HOM

King Salmon Airport – IATA Code – AKN

Dillingham Airport – IATA Code – DLG

Dutch Harbor Airport – IATA Code – DUT

Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport – IATA Code – PSG

Cordova Mudhole Smith Airport – IATA Code – CDV

Unalakleet Airport – IATA Code – UNK

Aniak Airport – IATA Code – ANI

St. Mary’s Airport – IATA Code – KSM

Valdez Airport – IATA Code – VDZ

Wrangell Airport – IATA Code – WRG

Yakutat Airport – IATA Code – YAK

Galena Edward G. Pitka Sr. Airport – IATA Code – GAL

Alaska Airports Map