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Seattle to Anchorage Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $255.70
Travel Distance:1,446 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Alaska Airlines, American Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Monday
Weekly Flights:381
Avg. Flight Duration:03.50 Hours

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Airports in Seattle

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a primary international airport serving the city of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. It is situated approximately 21 kilometers away from Downtown Seattle. This public airport is owned & managed by Port of Seattle. The airport is a hub for Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Horizon Air. It offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic & international destinations. These destinations include Vancouver, Tokyo, Seoul, Victoria, Taipei, Amsterdam, Dubai, Anchorage, San Francisco, Portland, and more. Buses, shuttles, public transit, rental cars, taxis, limos, Uber, Lyft, Wingz, and more connect the airport to the city.

Explore Anchorage

Of all the world’s cities, Anchorage uniquely combines the conveniences of the modern world with a rugged, natural environment that has all but vanished from populated regions of the world. In Anchorage, you can watch moose in the morning and ballet in the afternoon. You can take a short flight to see some of the most beautiful mountain scenery on earth, then be back for fresh seafood at a five- star restaurant. Anchorage is an urban enclave surrounded by wilderness. Within a few miles of downtown, you will find wolf roaming through a park, rushing mountain streams, and city parks vast enough to forget which century you live in. The world’s second highest tides surge against its shores, and North Americas highest peak glimmers in the distance. Flightsee over Denali, fish a wilderness river, or visit grizzly bears via air taxi. See calving glaciers and enormous whales on a day cruise. Hike to a glacier, climb a mountaintop, drive some of the world’s most spectacular highways, and bike our trails.

Things to Do in Anchorage

Alaska Native Heritage Center

The Alaska Native Heritage Center explores the cultures of the 11 indigenous groups. Six traditional dwellings surround the small Lake Tiulana, with each demonstration village displaying artifacts and offering various experiences. Visitors can take in cultural dances, games, and artist demonstrations, with knowledgeable guides providing details and answering questions. The center also looks at modern times and some of the changes and challenges communities face.

Chugach State Park

The third largest state park in the United States, Chugach State Park covers 700 square miles. A terrain of mountains, rivers, lakes, and glaciers is home to wolves, moose, bears, beavers, lynx, and other wildlife. It is a popular area for hiking, skiing, and camping. The park meets the saltwater at various points along the Seward Highway, traveling along the shores of Turnagain Arm. The lands adjoin Chugach National Forest, where attractions like the Portage Glacier (in retreat) draw in tourists and cruise-ship visitors traveling between Anchorage and Seward or Whittier.

Kenai Fjords National Park

The Kenai Peninsula is known for the glaciers, coastal mountains, and fantastic scenery of Kenai Fjords National Park, which centers on the Harding Icefield. The park covers almost 600,000 acres, but the only area that can be reached by road is Exit Glacier. Here visitors can walk on trails near the glacier or take a guided tour to learn about the ice-shaped landscape. The national park can also be explored by air, boat, or on foot, either on a tour or independently. Larger settlements on the Kenai Peninsula included Homer, Seward, and Kenai, and all are easily accessible on Highway 1 or 9.

Best Time to Fly to Anchorage

The best time to visit the city of Anchorage are the months in between mid-May & mid-September. During these months, the weather here is pleasant with nature in full bloom. Mid-June to mid-August is the peak season here, so plan your trip wisely.