Juneau International Airport JNU
is nestled in a narrow valley between tall glacial mountain peaks. The city of Juneau, Alaska’s capital, is approximately 890 miles northwest of Seattle, WA, and 560 miles southeast of Anchorage, AL. Juneau is the only state capital in the U.S. with no roads leading to it – it’s only accessible by boat or plane.
JNU Airport is on Crest Street, accessible from downtown Juneau by taking the Egan Expressway to Glacier Highway, via Shell Simmons Drive.
With two runways and over 600K annual passengers, Alaska Airlines offers daily nonstop flights to Seattle and Anchorage, and a handful of charter and commuter carriers offer flights throughout Alaska.
Juneau International has one passenger terminal.
Aside from renting a car, or taking taxi, limo (tel. 463-5466) or hotel shuttle, the 'Capital Transit'
bus (tel. 789-6901) is Juneau's public bus. For schedules opern: www.juneau.org/capitaltransit/ with schedules and map.