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CityCodeAirport Name
Anchorage ANC       Ted Stevens Anchorage Int'l
Barrow BRW Wiley Post / Will Rogers Memorial
Bethel BET Bethel Airport
Cordova CDV Mudhole Smith
Deadhorse SCC Prudhoe Bay Deadhorse
Dillingham DLG Dillingham Airport
Dutch Harbor DUT Unalaska Airport
Fairbanks FAI Fairbanks International
Juneau JNU Juneau Int'l
Ketchikan KTN Ketchikan Int'l
King Salmon AKN King Salmon Airport
Kodiak ADQ Kodiak Municipal
Kotzebue OTZ Ralph Wien Memorial
Nome OME Nome Airport
Prudhoe Bay SCC Prudhoe Bay Deadhorse
Sitka SIT Sitka Rocky Gutierrez
Unalaska DUT Unalaska Airport

Dawson YK YDA Dawson City Airport
Los Angeles LAX Los Angeles Int'l
Portland OR PDX Portland International
San Francisco SFO San Francisco Int'l
Seattle WA SEA Seattle-Tacoma Int'l
Vancouver BC YVR Vancouver Int'l
Whitehorse YK YXY Whitehorse Int'l

There are many airports in Alaska. However, not all Alaska airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Alaska is a U.S. state, located on the northwest tier of North America. It is by far the largest state in area, but one of the least populated. It is the 49th state, having been admitted to the Union on January 3, 1959. The name "Alaska" is most likely derived from the Aleut Alyeska, meaning "great country", "mainland" or "great land".

South Central Alaska is the southern coastal region and contains most of the state's population. Anchorage and many growing towns, such as Palmer, and Wasilla, lie within this area. Petroleum industrial plants, transportation, tourism, and two military bases form the core of the economy here.

The Alaska Panhandle, also known as Southeast Alaska, is home to many of Alaska's larger towns including Juneau, tidewater glaciers and extensive forests. Tourism, fishing, forestry and state government anchor the economy.

The Alaska Interior is home to Fairbanks. The geography is marked by large braided rivers, such as the Yukon River and the Kuskokwim River, as well as Arctic tundra lands and shorelines.

The Alaskan Bush is the remote, less crowded part of the state, encompassing 380 native villages and small towns such as Nome, Bethel, Kotzebue and, most famously, Barrow, the northernmost town in the United States. (airports)

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