Skip to content


  • Equidistant from Tokyo and New York, within 9.5 hours of 90% of the industrialized world.
  • Nearly 5.7 million passengers served in 2019.
  • Approximately 47 air carriers: 27 domestic and 18 international.
  • 21 passenger destinations served from ANC; 44 Cargo destinations served from ANC.
  • Over 42,000 passenger aircraft landings and over 41,000 wide and narrow body cargo aircraft landings in 2019.
  • 16 Retail Outlets, several with multiple airport storefronts.
  • 12 Food and Beverage Outlets, including three with 24 hour service (McDonald's and Starbucks).
  • 6 onsite Rental Car Companies located at ANC consolidated rental car facility (RAC).
  • 4,612 acre complex with hundreds of acres available for cargo and logistics development, including Kulis Business Park.
  • 964 paved acres – 768 of airside runways, ramps, aprons, and taxiways, plus 196 acres of pavement maintained in support of general aviation facilities, parking lots, and roads.
  • Three runways over 10,600 ft. – Longest runway – 12,400 ft.
  • Never closed for snow! Five- time winner of Balchen Post Award for Large Airport Snow Removal Programs, awarded to airports able to keep runways open under adverse snow conditions. 2011-2012 was a record snow year. Airfield Maintenance moved over 6 million tons of snow from November – April.
  • No slot restrictions or curfews, operational 24 hours per day.
  • Economic impact – 1 in 10 jobs in Anchorage. 15,577 airport and community jobs directly related to the airport.
  • 4th largest airport in the world in terms of cargo throughput (#1 Memphis, #2 Hong Kong).
  • 2nd largest airport in the United States for landed weight of cargo aircraft (#1 Memphis).
  • 31 signatory air carriers
  • World's largest and busiest floatplane base with over 300 float slips and 400 general aviation paved or gravel tie down spots at the Lake Hood Seaplane Base.