Anchorage Scheduled Airline (In-State Airlines)
Alaska’s local airlines specialize in providing transportation within the state, and they’re super-convenient and reliable. These carriers offer scheduled flights from Anchorage to Valdez, Homer, Kenai, King Salmon, or Dutch Harbor—and unlike air taxis, the flights are not customizable. With routes in and out of Alaska’s major cities, the airlines allow you to criss-cross the state quickly.
For many Alaskans, travel by plane is essential for work, getting to medical appointments in the big city, or connecting with family in another part of the state. For visitors, plane travel helps maximize their limited time exploring the state, showcases spectacular views of the land, and gives an authentic peek into Alaskans’ air-centric lifestyle. Ravn Alaska’s network offers flights to major Alaska cities such as Anchorage and Fairbanks, ...more
Given its vast size and rugged terrain, it’s logical that Alaska has had a long love affair — and even dependence — on aviation. It was July 4, 1913, that the first flight took place in Alaska, and today there are more planes here, per person, than anywhere else in the world.