Alaska Hotel Reservations
Alaska Airport Hotels
Major Airparks in Anchorage & Juneau
Serving Alaska’s most populous city, the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) covers 4,500 acres, and features two terminals and three runways. Set in southwestern Anchorage neighboring Hood Lake, ANC supports major airlines like Delta, Frontier, United, and US Airways – and is Alaska Airlines’ third largest hub.
ANC is also home to the Kulis Air National Guard Base, and is served by cargo airlines like UPS Airlines, FedEx Express, and EVA Air Cargo.
Set in central Alaska, Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) is a state-owned airpark serving the city of Fairbanks. Featuring major airlines like Alaska, Delta, Frontier, and United, FAI is a major hub for Arctic Circle Air Service, Warbelow's Air Ventures, Wright Air Service, and the Frontier Flying Service.
Located in the Alaskan panhandle, the 653-acre Juneau International Airport (JNU) is a city-owned airpark serving the capital city of Juneau. JNU features airlines like Alaska Airlines, SeaPort, and Wings of Alaska.
Did You Know?
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is the world’s fifth busiest airport in terms of cargo traffic.
Area Visitor Favorites
- Annual Events in Alaska!
Party in Alaska!
Check out annual events in Alaska. Explore Last Frontier food festivals, theatre conferences, late-night baseball, and more.
- Alaska Museums & Historic Sites!
Museum of the North at UA Fairbanks
See Alaska museums and historic sites in Last Frontier cities like Anchorage, Juneau, and Fairbanks – plus Homer, Valdez, Wasilla, and more.