Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (IATA: ANC, ICAO: PANC, FAA LID: ANC) is an airport located 4 miles
(6.4 km) southwest of downtown Anchorage, Alaska, USA. Named after current and long-standing U.S. Senator Ted Stevens,
it is a hub for Alaska Airlines (its second largest). The majority of passenger flight operations on Alaska Airlines
are to Seattle/Tacoma (average 20 flights per day) and Fairbanks (average 13 flights per day).
Anchorage is also envisioned as a future connecting point for air traffic to the Russian Far East. During the summer season
2008, there was one weekly flight to Russia by Vladivostok Air. Yakutia Airlines resumed summer seasonal service to Russia
in 2012. Many of Alaska's North Slope workers live either in Anchorage or elsewhere in the Lower 48 states and fly through
the airport to their jobs in Prudhoe Bay.
South Terminal (domestic)
The South Terminal serves Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Condor (Departures), Delta Air Lines, Frontier
Airlines, JetBlue, Sun Country, United Airlines, US Airways and Virgin America. All regional intrastate carriers also use
the South Terminal.
The terminal contains 3 concourses: Concourse A, Concourse B, and Concourse C. Concourse C was completely rebuilt in 2004
while Concourses A and B were built in 1985 and 1969 respectively and renovated in 2009.
North Terminal (international)
The North Terminal serves Condor (Arrivals), Icelandair, Yakutia Airlines, and international seasonal charter flights.
In addition to these airlines, a few cargo airlines use the north side of the terminal for parking.