Alaska Marine Highway System

The Alaska Marine Highway is a big part of Alaska’s ‘highway system’.  With its southernmost port in Bellingham, WA, the Alaska Marine Highway extends more than 3,500 miles to Dutch Harbor, with over 30 stops along the way. Taking a ferry is an excellent way to see a huge swath of Alaska’s coastline while visiting unique communities along the way. It is such a unique set of routes that is has been designated as a National Scenic Byway and an All American Road, the only marine route with this distinction.

Alaska Airlines

Since 1932, Alaska Airlines has been providing passenger and cargo services across North America.  Alaska Airlines serves 19 communities in the state of Alaska with connections to destinations in the lower 48, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico.

Alaska Seaplanes

Alaska Seaplanes is the premier commuter airline of Southeast Alaska with scheduled, year-round passenger and cargo services.  From Sitka we operate direct flights to Klawock, Kake and Juneau.  Our Juneau flights offer convenient connections to Skaway, Haines, Gustavus, Hoonah, Excursion Inlet, Angoon, Tenakee, Pelican, Elfin Cove and Whitehorse.  Book your flights online at www.flyalaskaseaplanes.com or call 1-800-354-2479 for your travel needs!