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Old September 11th, 2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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ANC | Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (Anchorage, AK)





Constructed in 1951 as Anchorage International Airport, it was renamed by the Alaska Legislature to honor former long-standing U.S. Senator Ted Stevens. It is Alaska Airlines' second-largest hub, after Seattle. It is also a major cargo hub and, as of 2008, ranks as the fifth busiest airport in the world by cargo traffic, after Memphis, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul and Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Most major U.S. passenger carriers serve ANC with the majority of year round passenger flight operations by Alaska Airlines to and from Seattle (an average of 20 flights per day) and Fairbanks (an average of 13 flights per day). Other major US carriers with year round serive to Anchorage include Delta, Continental Airlines, and US Airways. In addition Pen Air, Grant Aviation, and Era Alaska serve other destinations within Alaska.

FedEx Express and UPS Airlines operate major hubs at Anchorage International for cargo heading to and from the Far East. FedEx Express is the airport's largest cargo facility and can handle as many as 13,400 packages per hour, employing more than 1,200 people and providing a full customs clearance system. United Parcel Service's hub handles about 5,000 parcels per hour. Both companies forecast a large growth in traffic over the next several years as trade with China and other Far East countries increases and plan to expand their Anchorage facilities comparatively. The United States Postal Service also operates a large sectional center facility (SCF) for the 995xx ZIP codes. It processes mail and parcels headed to and from all Alaska cities.

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Korean Airlines 747 Freighter at Anchorage International Airport by Alaskan Dude, on Flickr

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DOT Anchorage International Airport (16) by binw.marketing, on Flickr

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Old September 11th, 2011, 05:08 PM   #2
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ANC | Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (Anchorage, AK)

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Stuffed brown bear, albino beaver, view of the Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska, USA by Wonderlane, on Flickr

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101 Anchorage Airport by McCool Carlson Green by Paul & Mary Bruno1, on Flickr

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ANC by Lipski, on Flickr

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Old Mail Plane, Anchorage International Airport, Alaska by Wonderlane, on Flickr

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DSC09122 by shrimpcrackerz, on Flickr

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Northern Lights Hallway by moarplease, on Flickr

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Anchorage airport by zcar.300, on Flickr

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Anchorage Aiport by super-structure, on Flickr

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Just Arrived by sanchom, on Flickr

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DSCF2764.JPG by jkonrath, on Flickr

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Anchorage Airport by hockeygrrl75, on Flickr

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Terminal Morning by Dave Worrell, on Flickr

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Anchorage Int'l Airport by davisx.chen, on Flickr

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2009-05-11-CPX-3211a.jpg by alaskanent, on Flickr

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Cargolux 747 Freighter at Anchorage International Airport by Alaskan Dude, on Flickr

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Cathay Pacific 747 at Anchorage International Airport by Alaskan Dude, on Flickr

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China Airlines 747 Freighter at Anchorage International Airport by Alaskan Dude, on Flickr

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FedEx 777 at Anchorage International Airport by Alaskan Dude, on Flickr

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UPS McDonnell Douglas MD-11 Freighter by Brian Digital, on Flickr
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Old September 11th, 2011, 05:24 PM   #3
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ANC | Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (Anchorage, AK)

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Airport train depot by Cool breeze pics, on Flickr

The train depot at the airport. Unfortunately it does not get much use except for the summer due to the tourist season.

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Old September 11th, 2011, 07:02 PM   #4
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WOW! nice airport. the b gates i thought it was bill gates
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Old September 12th, 2011, 12:01 AM   #5
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it is amazing how deceptively small that md11 is in air, as it takes off. i was going to ask the question about the capability of the airport to land the largest of ups and fed ex planes, and then i saw the md11 picture. i thought they would require at least a 1,200 ft runway. another note, does the train only schedule summer excursions? obviously, this is not tied to the system that runs from montreal qb through the east-west corridor in canada, ending in alaska? i know two friends who have completed this excursion. they absolutely loved it. one of the guys is originally from toronto, but he relocated to america because of the ability to make more money in his practice.

i enjoyed the pictures and the comments and information. i really want to do the trip. i believe it takes about 3 weeks, but i think i would take a summer.
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Old September 12th, 2011, 01:15 AM   #6
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it is amazing how deceptively small that md11 is in air, as it takes off. i was going to ask the question about the capability of the airport to land the largest of ups and fed ex planes, and then i saw the md11 picture. i thought they would require at least a 1,200 ft runway. another note, does the train only schedule summer excursions? obviously, this is not tied to the system that runs from montreal qb through the east-west corridor in canada, ending in alaska? i know two friends who have completed this excursion. they absolutely loved it. one of the guys is originally from toronto, but he relocated to america because of the ability to make more money in his practice.

i enjoyed the pictures and the comments and information. i really want to do the trip. i believe it takes about 3 weeks, but i think i would take a summer.
Not sure what you mean since all three runways at ANC have runways that are about 10,000 feet in length.

Anyways the Alaska Railroad uses the Airport Spur mainly to transport tourists from the cruise ship terminal in Seward to the Airport and isn't really open to the general public, although there is talk of using the station for commuter rail service in the future.

Regarding the railroad it does not have any connection to any other rail service in North America aside from the rail barge service between Whittier and Seattle. Right now it basicaly runs from Seward in the south with a spur to Whittier and then thru Anchorage, and Wasilla up to Fairbanks, although there are plans to extend the railroad to Delta Junction due to the expansion at Fort Greely.
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Old September 12th, 2011, 01:22 AM   #7
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ANC | Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (Anchorage, AK)

Some photos of Lake Hood which is adjacent to the Airport, known as the busiest seaplane base in the world.





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Lake Hood Seaplane Base - Anchorage, Alaska by Timothy Wildey, on Flickr

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Old September 12th, 2011, 01:27 AM   #8
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ANC | Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Map of the general airport complex. The South Terminal is used for US Airlines and Air Canada while the North Terminal is used for foreign carriers.



North Terminal Map

South Terminal Map

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ANC | Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (Anchorage, AK)

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Anchorage Airport by dutillymason, on Flickr

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Anchorage International Airport by seagullrock, on Flickr

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Anchorage Airport by Andyr27, on Flickr

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Anch_Fbanks-2 by spkrman99, on Flickr

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Anchorage International Airport by michael.soukup, on Flickr

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Anchorage Airport by Enrique Osvaldo, on Flickr

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July 2 - Anchorage airport - 010 by Suze07, on Flickr

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IMG_8012 by jdong, on Flickr

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Alaska Airlines 737 at Anchorage Airport by Alaskan Dude, on Flickr

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Great post...
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Read today on a Russian site that there are plans to connect Alaska with Russian Far East cities. First in line is Vladivostok. ETA 2013-14.

Great news!
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Read today on a Russian site that there are plans to connect Alaska with Russian Far East cities. First in line is Vladivostok. ETA 2013-14.

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Interesting.

Did they say which airline is serving that route? I have heard that Alaska Airlines was looking to re-establish service to Far East Russia as well.
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Interesting.

Did they say which airline is serving that route? I have heard that Alaska Airlines was looking to re-establish service to Far East Russia as well.
Could be Vladivostok Air most likely or i would imagine S7 (member of OneWorld).
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anyone wants to make a thread about the Fairbanks int. airport?
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State aims to bring more flights to Alaska with fee cuts
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FAIRBANKS -- A new incentive program to be tried at Alaska's two largest airports could mean more flights and fewer stops when traveling to the Lower 48.

The program created by the Alaska Department of Transportation currently is under public review. It calls for waiving certain fees for airlines that expand or create new passenger or cargo service to Fairbanks International Airport and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported Friday.

Deb Hickok, the president and chief executive officer of the nonprofit Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau, said that was good news for travelers.

"We're not like most of the Lower 48, where you can drive anywhere or you have multiple carriers offering competitive flights," she said. "Access and direct flights are very important for tourism development in our community."

Persuading airlines to increase service to Alaska can be a hard sell, said Angie Spear, spokeswoman for the Fairbanks airport.

"We're a long-haul flight," she said. "It's not easy to create new service, especially with the rising prices of fuel."

The program works by cutting landing fees for the new or expanded services for a limited time.
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FAI | Fairbanks International Airport (Fairbanks, AK)

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anyone wants to make a thread about the Fairbanks int. airport?
Since you asked here are some info/photos of the airport in Fairbanks.

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Fairbanks International Airport (IATA: FAI, ICAO: PAFA, FAA LID: FAI) is a state-owned public-use airport located three miles (5 km) southwest of the central business district of Fairbanks, a city in the Fairbanks North Star Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska.

The airport serves many cargo airlines as a convenient refueling stop for some aircraft on trans-polar routes.[dated info] FAI is served by a limited number of passenger airlines. Era Aviation and Alaska Airlines serve the airport year-round, while Delta Air Lines and Frontier Airlines serve FAI during the summer. Fairbanks is the smallest city in the United States with non-stop service to Europe, as Condor Airlines offers weekly flights to Frankfurt during the summer tourist season.

Recently,[when?] the airport constructed a new terminal and demolished the old one. The new terminal is built around the modern TSA standards. In addition to architectural design and better security, the main terminal now has six jet-bridges (up from the former five). The new building's footprint is smaller than the old building, and it no longer has the museum exhibits in the lobby.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairban...tional_Airport




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Fairbanks International Airport by Erin McCammon, on Flickr

New Fairbanks Airport Terminal by skew-t, on Flickr

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Fairbanks Airport.... time to fly to Barrow! by kristymama3, on Flickr

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Fairbanks Intl. Airport 3 by Koichi Wada, on Flickr

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Fairbanks Intl. Airport 2 by Koichi Wada, on Flickr

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FAI | Fairbanks International Airport (Fairbanks, AK)

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Fairbanks airport by Meredith Leigh Collins, on Flickr

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Feb. 22, 2006_Fairbanks Airport 6 by 2006_Feb._Alaska (2), on Flickr

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687 Fairbanks Airport at Night by Sandi Turner, on Flickr

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Fairbanks by LuChing, on Flickr

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Bush Pilot Lounge in the Fairbanks Airport by getting around, on Flickr

New Fairbanks Airport Terminal by skew-t, on Flickr

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Fairbanks, Alaska Intl. Airport by summeste, on Flickr

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Please site back .... by artchase, on Flickr

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Dreaming.... by artchase, on Flickr

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JNU | Juneau International Airport (Juneau, AK)

Some info and photos of Juneau International Airport.

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Juneau International Airport (IATA: JNU, ICAO: PAJN, FAA LID: JNU) is a public airport located seven miles (11 km) northwest of the central business district of Juneau, a city and borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. The airport serves as a regional hub for all air travel, both bush carriers and the regional airline, Alaska Airlines.

Juneau International Airport covers an area of 653 acres (264 ha) and contains one runway designated 8/26 with 8,457 x 150 ft (2,578 x 46 m) asphalt pavement. It also has a seaplane landing area designated 8W/26W which measures 4,900 x 450 ft (1,494 x 137 m).

For the 12-month period ending December 15, 2006, the airport had 153,010 aircraft operations, an average of 419 per day: 70% air taxi, 24% general aviation, 5% scheduled commercial and 1% military. There are 341 aircraft based at this airport: 82% single-engine, 10% helicopter, 6% multi-engine, 1% military, <1% jet and <1% ultralight.

Because of the extreme geography of Southeastern Alaska, land flat enough for airport facilities is at a premium. One of these few areas is the current location of the airport: the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge, a vastly diverse and ecologically critical region rich with plant life, small mammals, birds, several species of salmon, even black bears and Bald Eagles. The original airstrip was built in the 1930s, and no environmental impact analysis was performed at that time. The area currently housing the terminal and runways had to be filled in and part of the Gastineau Channel had to be dredged before the airport, in its current incarnation, could be built.

The airport is the only way in and out of the city, with exception of the Alaska Marine Highway and cargo ships traversing the Inside Passage. In the past, concerns have been raised over the safety of the airport, which is comparatively quite small, with the amount of air traffic it receives. In addition to frequent arrivals and departures from hubs such as Anchorage and Seattle/Tacoma, the airport also has daily and/or weekly service to smaller regional communities, a floatplane runway/docking area, and a heliport. Three major construction projects are planned at the airport in the next few years. An airport terminal renovation project will be the first comprehensive upgrade to the passenger facilities in over twenty years and will provide for better flow through the passenger screening process. The airfield maintenance facilities project will provide much needed room for storage and servicing of snow removal equipment. The runway safety area project will extend the runway at both ends and improve taxiways to meet Federal Aviation Administration requirements.


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Juneau International Airport by krikketgirl, on Flickr

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Floatplane pond, Juneau International Airport by slvreagle5, on Flickr

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Juneau Airport by Werner4, on Flickr

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KTN | Ketchikan International Airport (Ketchikan, AK)



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Ketchikan International Airport (IATA: KTN, ICAO: PAKT, FAA LID: KTN) is a state-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) west of the central business district of Ketchikan, a city in Ketchikan Gateway Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska.

The airport is located on Gravina Island, just west of Ketchikan on the other side of the Tongass Narrows. Passengers must take a seven-minute ferry ride across the water to get to the airport from the town.

Ketchikan International Airport covers an area of 2,600 acres (1,052 ha) at an elevation of 88 feet (27 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 11/29 with 7,500 x 150 ft (2,286 x 46 m) asphalt pavement. It also has a seaplane landing area designated NWW/SEW which measures 9,500 x 1,500 ft (2,896 x 457 m).

Around the World War II era, air service to Ketchikan was possible using an old military airfield on Annette Island. Aircraft used in that era included the Grumman Goose and Catalina PBY. The current airport was opened on August 4, 1973 and dedicated the following day. The airport opening was the culmination of an effort by local residents, a 1965 study by the Alaska State Division of Aviation, another study in 1967 choosing the current site on Gravina Island, and land clearing in 1969.

For the 12-month period ending January 1, 2006, the airport had 16,208 aircraft operations, an average of 44 per day: 60% air taxi, 33% scheduled commercial, 6% general aviation and 1% military. At that time there were 13 aircraft based at this airport: 77% single-engine, 8% multi-engine and 15% helicopter.

In 2004, a new taxiway "Bravo" was added to facilitate taxiing to the end of the frequently used runway 11 (the runway is located about 30 feet (9.1 m) higher than the apron further up the hillside, requiring long, gently sloped taxiways to either end). Before that taxiway, some smaller planes were allowed to use taxiway "Alpha" to take off and land because it was not worthwhile to backtaxi on the actual runway. In addition this allows the airport's system of taxiways to be used by more than one plane at once. More recently the airport is applying to construct another runway on a different heading which is better suited to handle the infamous crosswinds, sometimes up to 90 knots (170 km/h). These winds have been known to blow approaching planes out across Tongass Narrows in certain conditions.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketchik...tional_Airport
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2/3rds of the Ketchikan Airport Main Level by zxgirl, on Flickr

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Alaska Airlines with Tinkerbell by gillfoto, on Flickr

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DSCN0038 by terrificphotos, on Flickr

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Ketchikan International Airport by Steve Schar, on Flickr

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7.26.09 - We're heading down to the Ketchikan airport ferry, so we can pick up our rental car. by kml_designs, on Flickr

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