How to Get Here
Ketchikan is just 90 minutes by air from Seattle, with several daily flights in and out provided by Alaska Airlines. Scheduled daily jet service is also available to and from Anchorage, Juneau, Sitka, Petersburg and Wrangell.
Ketchikan International Airport is located on Gravina Island, a five minute ferry ride to town. Airport shuttle vans and a water taxi service meet all flights, transporting passengers and luggage from baggage claim to your Ketchikan destination. Connections to outlying areas via wheeled and floatplanes are available at the airport. Ground service and parking space is also available for private aircraft traveling to Ketchikan.
Our Mission is to provide and promote safe, dependable and efficient transportation infrastructure and services for the general public.
The ferry leaves the Ketchikan side of the channel on the quarter hour and the airport side on the hour and half hour.
Summer isn't the only time of year to explore Alaska. The ferries of the Alaska Marine Highway operate year-round! Travel north from November to April and experience the northern lights, sled dog races, skiing and other one-of-a-kind activities. Below are a few of the popular winter festivities that await: