Variety of options makes traveling
to - and around - Juneau a breeze
Don't they say "getting there" is half the fun? Planning your travel to Juneau and the surrounding area - is a lot easier than you might think.
Daily jet service offers the quickest, easiest access to Juneau. Alaska Airlines provides year-round jet service to Juneau and offers daily connections north from Seattle and south from Anchorage. Jet service via Alaska Airlines is also available from Juneau to other southeast communities, including Gustavus, Sitka, Wrangell, Petersburg, and Ketchikan. For flight rates and reservations, visit Alaska Airlines or call 800-252-7522.
Seasonal service (May 29 - September 1) is available from Delta Airlines, who offers one daily flight to Juneau from Seattle (and one return flight) during the summer season. For flight rates and reservations, visit Delta Airlines or call 800-221-1212.
A variety of small commuter air carriers offer scheduled service and charters to surrounding communities and villages like Gustavus (gateway to Glacier Bay), Haines, Skagway, Pelican, Elfin Cove, Hoonah, and Angoon.
By Land and By Sea
Technically, you can't drive to Juneau - but you can put your car on a ferry. The Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) is our floating roadway that serves as Southeast Alaska's main marine transportation system. You can enter or depart the region via Bellingham, Washington; Prince Rupert, British Columbia; Haines, Alaska; or Skagway, Alaska. The Alaska ferry system connects smaller communities to one another and to regional centers of commerce and government. To learn more, visit www.ferryalaska.com or call 800-642-0066.
Getting Around Town
Juneau's main highway extends about 45 miles along the mountainous coastline. Rental cars, taxis, and limo service are available, easy Juneau transportation options to Mendenhall Glacier and other local attractions. The public bus system is an additional mode of transportation for locals and visitors.
By the way, Juneau's cabs all charge the same rates due to city ordinances, so no worries there.