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Flying into Beautiful Anchorage

Located in the Southern part of the state, Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city and a hub for Alaskan travel. With a population of over 350,000 residents, Anchorage is also the most populated city in Alaska. Thanks to the massive Port of Anchorage, which handles nearly 90% of the state’s merchandise cargo, Anchorage is a booming metropolis. From the breathtaking outdoors to the lively downtown scene, Anchorage is an ideal travel destination for millions of adventure seekers. Are you ready to book an exciting trip to Anchorage? This article has some great tips for getting there on a budget. 
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Which airlines fly to Anchorage? 

Alaska Airlines, US Airways, American Airlines, and Delta all serve Anchorage International Airport. Roundtrip flights from the East Coast start in the $500 range. Roundtrip flights from the West Coast are a bit cheaper due to proximity and start in the $350 range. 

Is there transportation available to and from Anchorage International Airport? 

Yes, there are a few different options for transportation to and from the airport. Shuttle and bus service is available to nearby hotels. Likewise, the airport has a rental car center and taxis that service the entire city. 

Are there affordable hotels near the airport? 

Yes, there are also a number of inexpensive hotel options within three miles of the airport including Courtyard by Marriott, Holiday Inn Express, and Comfort Suites. Prices for these accommodations start in the $100 range and up depending on the time of year. 

When is the best time to visit Anchorage? 

June through August are the best months to visit Anchorage because temperatures are in the mid-60s, which is perfect for hiking in the Chugach Mountains or exploring the city. November through February are the coldest months, but accommodations are also cheaper during this time. 

Is visitor information available in Anchorage International Airport? 

Yes, there are two visitor centers in the airport that offer travel advice, sightseeing destinations, and maps of the city. The South Terminal visitor center, located on level one of the terminal in the baggage claim area, and the North Terminal visitor center, located in the terminal lobby.

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