|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|SEA||Anchorage||Feb 1 - Feb 2||$189|
|PDX||Anchorage||Jan 18 - Jan 22||$195|
|LAX||Anchorage||Jan 21 - Jan 28||$287|
|PHX||Anchorage||Jan 18 - Jan 20||$299|
|SFO||Anchorage||Jan 18 - Jan 25||$306|
|DEN||Anchorage||Jan 25 - Feb 4||$327|
|DAL||Anchorage||Feb 5 - Feb 8||$347|
|MSP||Anchorage||Jan 15 - Jan 29||$371|
|BOS||Anchorage||Jan 21 - Feb 4||$373|
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|SEA||Anchorage||Nov 24 - Nov 29||$314|
|PDX||Anchorage||Nov 24 - Dec 4||$352|
|PHX||Anchorage||Nov 23 - Nov 29||$404|
|DFW||Anchorage||Nov 22 - Nov 24||$468|
|LAX||Anchorage||Nov 22 - Nov 22||$487|
|BOS||Anchorage||Nov 24 - Nov 28||$594|
|DEN||Anchorage||Nov 22 - Nov 24||$672|
|SFO||Anchorage||Nov 23 - Dec 1||$719|
|Destination Airport||Ted Stevens Anchorage Intl.|
|Destination City Name||Anchorage|
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There's no need for you to look around for flight options into several airports when jetting into Anchorage. Anchorage, AK Airport (ANC-Ted Stevens Anchorage Intl.) is the city's sole airport, located 4 miles (7 kilometers) from the downtown area.Where to stay in Anchorage
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If you're after someplace luxurious to rest your weary head, slip between the soft white sheets at the Hotel Captain Cook. Anchorage also features accommodations that are friendly to your budget. Consider staying at the Bent Prop Inn & Hostel Downtown if you'd prefer to keep those pennies in your pocket.Places to visit in Anchorage
Pay your respects at Holy Family Cathedral, the area's principal place of worship. Want some more options? Alaska Center for the Performing Arts features exhibits, art courses and music shows that are certain to lend you greater insight into the area's arts and culture scene. But that's not all. Those who love nature would do well to pack their walking shoes for a romp along Tony Knowles Coastal Trail.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Anchorage
Your adventure to Anchorage starts as soon as you've finished all the security checks. We've summarized a few tips and pointers to help you pass through quickly:
Anchorage’s nickname "The City of Lights and Flowers" is well deserved, as over 100,000 hanging baskets in downtown overflow with blooms in the warmer months. However, before you see those vibrant petals, there is another beautiful scene to take in. You will want a window seat on the plane: As flights to Anchorage, Alaska make their final descent, it is usually the stunning sight of the city skyline framed by towering mountains that people notice first.
There is another nickname that is spot-on: The state of Alaska is known as “The Last Frontier.” The wilderness attracts rough-and-tumble adventurers and cruise-ship passengers alike, with its rugged glaciers and remote fishing locales. While the natural landscapes here are among the most beautiful in America—and the world—Anchorage also offers plenty of big-city amenities. In fact, 40 percent of the entire state lives within the city. When you have airfare to Anchorage, Alaska in the books, you’re getting the best of two worlds: city and country, all in one.
Flights to Anchorage International Airport land just 5 miles from the city center, and getting there is easy. The number 7 bus runs to the downtown transit center hourly from the domestic terminal, and will get you there for about the cost of a tall coffee. However, if you are landing late at night or just prefer the most convenient option available, taxis will be waiting for you. Shuttle services are also on-call, and many run 24 hours a day. And finally, if you want to feel that cool northern breeze in your hair, make your way to the car rental counter and pilot your own set of wheels.
With the airport so close to the city center, even travelers who are passing through on a long layover can enjoy the delights of Anchorage. In fact, you’ll find a taste of that famous adventurous spirit just outside the terminal doors. Kincaid Park is 1,400 acres of uninterrupted beauty, from the rolling, forest-covered hills to the stunning sunsets over Cook Inlet. These views don’t require a sunset to be stunning, however; with Mount Susitna across the water and Mount Denali to the north, you just may find yourself contemplating your own place in this vast wilderness—and come to understand why so many are drawn here.
We hope you aren’t just passing through, because Anchorage hotels really pull out all the stops when it comes to ensuring you have the vacation of a lifetime. From complimentary amenities of all sorts to luxurious ski resorts, you’ll find it here.
In the case of Anchorage, the word “awesome” takes on its literal meaning: This city is truly awe-inspiring. And Travelocity’s cheap tickets to Anchorage, Alaska are nearly as impressive, thanks to our great selection and easy-to-use process. You’ll soon be on your way to a whole new world—one of wild wonders, majestic mountains, and everlasting memories.