Flights to Alaska
Visiting a remote area of Alaska? You can book your entire itinerary through Delta.com and we will seamlessly connect you to your destination through Anchorage (ANC).
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- Katmai National Park
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Katmai National Park and Reserve sits on a peninsula in the southern part of Alaska. It is known for its volcanic activity and the many brown bears that are drawn to the salmon-rich waters. #SkyMilesLife photo by @gregpiperarts
- Glacier Tours
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Tour Alaska's spectacular glaciers by water, air or land. These tours will give you breathtaking views of these moving rivers of ice. #SkyMilesLife photo by @christie_ferrell
- Guided Hiking
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Hiking is one of the best ways to explore the uniqueness of the Alaska wildnerness. You can explore yourself, but the experience will likely be enhanced by taking a guided tour. #SkyMilesLife photo by @natebramsen
The primary ports of entry for Alaska air travel are Anchorage (ANC), Fairbanks (FAI) and Juneau (JNU). Anchorage is the largest city and its Ted Stevens International Airport is the most heavily trafficked in the state. Fairbanks is the second largest city and is located in the interior of the state, providing access to Denali National Park. Juneau is the capital city and serves the southern coastal communities.
A popular destination for nature-viewing, you can sail the Pacific on a wildlife cruise to get up close and personal with whales and seals. But spotting wild animals isn't all wet in Alaska, which is home to a wild population of moose, hundreds of bird species and bears of the black, brown and grizzly variety. Conservation and learning centers throughout the state are a good way to experience the wildlife from a close yet safe distance.
The scenery around Alaska can't be topped, either. Daytrips along the Seward or Glenn Highways make the massive state that lies before you feel somehow intimate. But if you'd rather stretch your legs while taking in the sights, the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail starts in downtown Anchorage and snakes its way through 11 miles of the Alaskan landscape. You'll hike through parks and even stroll past the airport where you began your Alaskan adventure.
Anchorage makes good use of its access to the Pacific. Fresh seafood is the inspiration for many restaurants around the city. And with salmon, oysters and crab in the daily catches, all of it is served up fresh from the sea. Fishing is a pastime of many residents and visitors, so grab your rod and reel, then cook what you catch for an ocean-to-plate taste of Alaska.
There is a wide variety of weather in Alaska... really wide. It depends on the region of Alaska you are visiting, the season and it can change on a dime. Please consult the local weather sites for the locations you will be visiting. And, dress in layers! You will need them.
Terms & Conditions
Round-trip Award fares for travel in Basic Economy departing from select U.S. cities to Alaska. Additional fees/restrictions/baggage charge may apply. Fares shown are round-trip. Promotional pricing ends on May 17, 2021.
Advertised fares are based on real-time itinerary pricing available at delta.com. Fares are subject to availability and may change at any time prior to completion of ticketing.
A portion of travel for some itineraries may be on the Delta Connection® carriers: Endeavor Air, Inc., Inc., GoJet Airlines, Republic Airline, and SkyWest; Delta Shuttle® carriers: Republic Airline and Compass Airlines; SkyTeam partners: Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Air Europa, Air France, Airlinair, Air One, Air One City Liner, Alitalia, BritAir, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, CSA Czech Airlines, KLM, and Korean Airlines; or Delta codeshare partners: Aerolitoral dba Aeromexico Connect, Alitalia CityLiner dba Alitalia, CAIone Alitalia Express dba Alitalia, CAI Second, Aeromar, Brit Air dba Air France, Carpatair dba Alitalia, City Jet dba Air France, GOL Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Horizon Air Industries dba Horizon, KLM CityHopper, Olympic Air, Privilege Style, Regional CAE dba Air France, Shanghai Airlines, SwiftAir, Virgin Atlantic International, Virgin Australia International, Virgin Australia Limited NZ dba Virgin Australia, VLM Airlines, and WestJet.
Maximum Stay: 30 days
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1EUR amounts will be charged when exiting Europe, respectively.
Allowances subject to size/weight limits. Contact a Delta agent or see Excess Baggage for details.
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