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Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
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Summary
Airport typePublic
OwnerState of Alaska DOT&PF
ServesAnchorage, Alaska, U.S.
Hub forPassenger

Cargo

Elevation AMSL151 ft / 46 m
Coordinates61°10′27″N 149°59′54″W / 61.17417°N 149.99833°W / 61.17417; -149.99833Coordinates: 61°10′27″N 149°59′54″W / 61.17417°N 149.99833°W / 61.17417; -149.99833
Websitewww.anchorageairport.com
Map
Elevation AMSL151 ft / 46 m
Coordinates61°10′27″N 149°59′54″W / 61.17417°N 149.99833°W / 61.17417; -149.99833Coordinates: 61°10′27″N 149°59′54″W / 61.17417°N 149.99833°W / 61.17417; -149.99833
Websitewww.anchorageairport.com
Map
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  • ^ "FAA Terminal Area Forecast". Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved June 4, 2015.People Mover bus system serves the airport's North and South terminals every 15 minutes from 6:00am to 7:30pm on weekdays and every 30 minutes until 2:00am, as well as service every 30 minutes all day on Saturday and Sunday, connecting it with the downtown Transit Center.[73][74]

    Taxi queues are available in front of each terminal. Courtesy vans and other ground transportation options pick up from designated areas in front of each terminal.[75]

    Major national rental car chains are represented in an on-site [75]

    Major national rental car chains are represented in an on-site consolidated rental car facility attached to the South terminal.[76]

    There is a rail station for the Alaska Railroad. It is only available during the summer season for cruise ship service only.

    Renovations began on the A and B concourses in fall 2006. These renovations are designed to bring the older portions into compliance with current seismic, heating, ventilation, electrical and safety codes, and also include new baggage handling systems and renovations to the interior of the concourses.[77] Since the completion of the construction, all domestic flights are operated out of the South Terminal.

    Commissioned art pieces

    The airport features an innovative customer service program, which partners with most on-site (and some nearby) vendors and concessionaires and aims to promote a positive image of the airport and the

    The airport features an innovative customer service program, which partners with most on-site (and some nearby) vendors and concessionaires and aims to promote a positive image of the airport and the State of Alaska in the minds of travelers. This volunteer, self-funded committee mystery shops at partnering companies and provides awards of cash, free covered parking, and donated prizes to winning employees.[79][80][81]

    Accidents and incidents