March 2022

  1. Alaska Safe Travels:
    • The Airport is open and operational. ANC uses airport-cleaning methods and materials with multilayer cleaning protocols in its facilities that reduce the potential for acquiring communicable diseases. For more on what ANC is doing to keep travelers and employees safe, please visit our website at ancairport.com.
    • The State of Alaska has no special entry or travel testing requirements. Visit covid19.alaska.gov for traveler information and advisories, as well as links to community-specific travel restrictions, and information about arriving via the Alaska Ferry or road.
    • Vaccines are free and available to Alaskans and travelers age 12 or older at the Capstone Anchorage Airport Clinic located in the Concourse A/B ticketing area within the South Terminal. Visit ancairport.com/covidvax/ for more information. 
  2. COVID-19 Testing Discontinued:
    • Travelers destined for locations, such as Hawaii, that require proof of a negative test must have their results with them prior to arriving at ANC. Boarding decisions are made by the individual airlines, not ANC. To find testing locations, visit https://anchoragecovidtest.org/. 
  3. Airport Community Outreach Plan Update:
  4. Summer Schedule:
    • In addition to our normal summer schedule, ANC is welcoming Eurowings Discovery and Flair to the list of carriers for direct flights to Frankfurt and Vancouver, respectively. The 2022 Alaska – Russian Far East Service has been cancelled. For more information, visit 2022 Alaska – Russian Far East Service Cancelled. 
  5. Construction:
    • Beginning April 1st, 2022, construction will begin on upgrades to the terminal loop roads. These much-needed upgrades include storm drain improvements, asphalt resurfacing and signage improvements. The project will also provide improvements to the ADA Access on the terminal upper and lower ramps. Please monitor the ANC Airport webpage for current lane closures as well as new locations for tour busses, taxicabs and passenger pickup and drop off. 
  6. Cell Phone Parking Lot:
    • Parked or idling vehicles are not allowed at the curbs or on the side of the roadway leading up to the terminal; only vehicles conducting active loading/unloading are permitted in the designated areas. There is a FREE cellphone lot available for drivers to wait until arriving passengers have deplaned, collected luggage, and are ready for pick up.  The cellphone lot is conjoined with the DOT&PF Central Region Headquarters (the Upside-down building) parking lot – minutes away from ANC. Click HERE for directions. 
  7. Lake Hood Seaplane Base:
    • Winter operations are underway. Pilots should always check the FAA NOTAMs prior to utilizing the aerodrome to verify up-to-date weather and ice conditions. Only aircraft and ANC official vehicles are allowed on Lake Hood and Lake Spenard. NO PEOPLE OR PETS ARE ALLOWED on lake surfaces, this is for everyone’s safety. 
  8. Airport Recruitment:
    • The Airport is hiring! Click HERE to view recruitment videos.  Information on employment opportunities can be found on Workplace Alaska or through Local 71 at the following web addresses: local71.com/jobs and JoinANC.com. 
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  10. Contact for ANC Monthly Updates:
    • For answers to questions regarding ANC happenings, please contact Megan Peters, Communications Coordinator, at megan.peters@alaska.gov. ANC does its best to provide information that will be useful and meaningful to our neighbors.

GARAGE UPDATE: The airport parking garage is operating at 50% reduced capacity until October 2023 as maintenance work is completed. Travelers are encouraged to allow extra time when arriving to utilize offsite parking if needed (learn more). Motorists looking for their vehicle moved due to the construction, or any other parking issue, can call Republic Parking at 907-677-1074.