Of the major domestic airlines, Alaska Airlines runs the greatest number of flights into and out of the Ted Stevens Airport. Ted Stevens Airport acts as Alaska Airlines’ third largest hub behind Seattle and Portland. Their busiest routes out of Anchorage include Seattle, Fairbanks, Portland, and Chicago. The airline also flies seasonally to Los Angeles out of Ted Stevens Airport. Alaska Airlines operates out of concourse C in the south terminal at this airport.
United Airlines flies to Seattle and Denver out of Ted Stevens Airport throughout the year. They also service seasonal flights to Chicago, Houston, Newark, and San Francisco. Like most other domestic carriers at this airport, they operate out of concourse B in the south terminal in Anchorage.
Delta Airlines offers service to Minneapolis/St. Paul and Salt Lake City out of Ted Stevens Airport. Delta can be found in concourse B of the south terminal.
US Airways is also found in concourse B of the south terminal. US Airways only offers service to Phoenix from Anchorage.
There are a handful of other large domestic carriers that offer seasonal service to and from the Ted Stevens Airport. American flies to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Frontier offers service to Denver, and Sun Country provides service to Minneapolis/St. Paul. Each of these carriers operates out of concourse B in the south terminal.
In addition to the large carriers, there are many smaller airlines that offer service to cities within Alaska. These airlines include Era Alaska, Grant Aviation, PenAir, and Trans Northern Aviation. Popular destinations for these airlines include Fairbanks, Kenai, Juneau, Kodiak, and Bethel.
There are also a number of international airlines that offer seasonal service from Anchorage. Destinations include Germany, Iceland, Japan, South Korea, and Russia. These flights operate out of the north terminal, which is designated for international flights.