Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is a gateway to Alaska, where you can discover Denali National Park. The airport is serviced by a host of major carriers, including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and United.
The South Terminal services international flights, while the North Terminal is reserved for domestic flights. Both offer free Wi-Fi. Pick up last-minute souvenirs from the gift stores or enjoy a pre-flight treatment at Northern Lights Spa. You can choose from an excellent selection of cafes and restaurants, including Sushi On The Fly, Norton Sound Seafood House and Humpy’s Great Alaskan Alehouse.
Occupying the C Concourse Mezzanine and the Northern Lights Corridor, the Art in Public Places gallery showcases works from local Alaskan artists, such as Sylvester Ayek. The airport also features the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame display where you can learn about local Olympians, dog sledders and ice hockey players.
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is a 15-minute drive from Downtown Anchorage. Short and long-term parking is available, while local buses run from the Downtown Transit Centre to the airport in 30 minutes. The airport has numerous car rental agencies and shuttles run between the North and South terminals.