Ted Stevens International Airport Private Jet Charter
Ted Stevens International Airport Private Jet Charter Services
Paramount Business Jets offers private jet charter flights and luxury airliner charters to and from Ted Stevens International Airport.
Since opening in 1953, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport has played an important role in the growth of Anchorage and the state of Alaska itself.
And, it’s not only a destination, it’s also a stopover for overflights – especially of private jets – to refuel or be serviced.
Whether you are stopping for fuel or to enjoy the beauty of Alaska or to do business in Alaska’s biggest city, charter a private jet to fly into Anchorage International in VIP style.
What is the airport code for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport?
The ICAO code for Anchorage International Airport is PANC and its IATA code is ANC.
(Ted Stevens was an attorney and Republican politician who served in the U.S. Senate from 1968 to 2004. The airport was named in his honor in 2000. Ironically, Stevens was involved in two plane crashes. He survived a Learjet plane crash that killed his wife of 26 years at Anchorage International in 1978 but was killed himself in 2010, at age 86, in a fatal plane crash in the remote Alaskan village of Aleknagik.)
Airport Information for Ted Stevens International Airport (PANC, ANC)
|LOCATION||Anchorage, AK, United States|
|Runway||Length (ft)||Width (ft)||Surface Type||Elevation (ft)|
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About Anchorage International Airport
In 2016, Anchorage international Airport, the largest and most heavily trafficked airport in Alaska, handled almost five million passengers. The other Alaskan airports that are primary ports of entry are in Fairbanks and Juneau.
Less than 9.5 hours by plane from 90 percent of the industrial world, ANC is Number 2 in the U.S. (behind Memphis, Tennessee) for landed weight of cargo aircraft.
When it opened in 1953, four years before Alaska became a state, Anchorage International Airport was destined to become the “Air Crossroads of the World.” In the early 1950s, the Anchorage Airport became essential to Alaska with some 90 percent of Alaska’s passenger traffic and 65 percent of its mail coming in and going out on Anchorage-based airlines.
By the 1960s, Anchorage had fulfilled its destiny as the “Air Crossroads of the World” with seven international carriers using the airport as a regular stopover on routes between Europe, Asia and the Eastern United States. As traffic increased, new runways were built and older ones modernized. Ted Stevens Anchorage International:
- Is equidistant from Tokyo and New York
- Handled nearly 5.4 million passengers in 2015
- Has approximately 45 air carriers: 15 domestic and 27 international
- Has 964 paved acres – 768 of airside runways, ramps, aprons, and taxiways, plus 196 acres of pavement maintained in support of general aviation facilities, parking lots, and roads.
- Has three runways over 10,600 feet with the longest at 12,400 feet
- Is never closed for snow (maintenance crews move some six million tons of snow during winter months)
- Is open 24 hours a day
FBOs at ANC
Ross Aviation has owned and operated 25 fixed base operations in major urban markets and resort destinations since it began in 1992. It came to Anchorage in 2016, when it bought out Landmark Aviation.
Ross Aviation Anchorage (ANC) has been approved for the DCA Access Standard Security Program (DASSP), which means it can serve as a gateway location for planes headed to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA).
- Agriculture clearance
- Air stairs
- Baggage cart
- Concierge services
- Courtesy transportation
- Executive conference room
- Flight planning center
- Gourmet catering
- Heated hangar
- On-site customs and immigration clearance
- Passenger lobby
- Pilot lounge
- Ramp-side vehicle access
- Secure parking
- VIP lounge
- VIP services
Signature Flight Support
Whether hiring a private jet into Anchorage International as a tourist or flying over in a chartered business jet with a need to refuel, Signature’s northernmost FBO is a year-round stopover for people traveling to and from the Pacific Rim.
Signature Flight Support (also referred to as Signature Executive) has been approved for the DCA Access Standard Security Program (DASSP), which means it can serve as a gateway location for planes headed to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA).
- 22,400 square-foot hangar
- 24-hour surveillance
- 240,000 square-foot ramp
- Agricultural clearance
- Baggage carts
- Conference room
- Courtesy crew cars
- Customs and immigration
- Flight planning
- Fork lift
- Fuel farm
- Heated hangar
- Ramp side vehicle access
- Scissor lift
- Transient hangar space
Lake Hood Seaplane Base, which is located right next to Ted Stevens Anchorage International and also state-owned, is the world’s largest and busiest floatplane base with over 300 float slips and 400 general aviation paved or gravel tie-down spots.
The ICAO code for Lake Hood is PALH and its IATA code is LHD.
Lake Hood is overseen by Anchorage International but is its own airport. It also handles general aviation aircraft. private jets fly into Anchorage International.
Why elite travelers fly into ANC
To be a tourist: Alaska is known for its immense open spaces, mountains and forests, with plenty of wildlife and many small, lost-in-time towns. If you are into outdoor activities, charter a private jet into Ted Stevens International Airport to go skiing, mountain biking, kayaking or mountain climbing. North America’s highest peak, Denali (formerly called Mount McKinley) is located in Denali National Park with its towering granite snow-covered spires. Denali National Park and Preserve covers 160 miles of the Alaska Range. There are sightseeing trips to see wildlife and whales.
An interesting fact about tourists to Alaska is that about one third of them are return visitors and they first came to Alaska on a cruise. They fly in on a commercial airline or charter a private jet to ANC to come back and see more than the limited view they had from a cruise ship.
To fish: Alaska provides year-round fishing if you are willing to try new locales and species.
Peak season for salmon fishing is May through September, with the five major species spread across the season. King Salmon fishing begins in May. Silver Salmon fishing extends into November. The entire summer offers at least one type of salmon fishing, the best time to visit Alaska’s cold climate.
The new species you might be willing to try are found in interior lakes and streams, where you can catch fish like the arctic grayling, which is called the sailfish of the north. Rainbow trout can be found in southcentral lakes and streams with trophy size fish spread from the Kenai River to the Susitna River tributaries.
If you want ocean fish, you can get some of the best halibut in the world, with or without a boat. Surfcasting from the shore is popular – and successful.
To hunt: Thousands of visitors every year fly into Anchorage International Airport – many on chartered business jets – so they can get an air taxi to take them on unguided fly-in hunts. Hiring an air taxi to fly out and drop you off can be a once in a lifetime experience or a nightmare. The more you know, the better off you are, cautions the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
When a hunter calls to ask, “Where can I get a moose (or sheep or caribou or bear or whatever)?” the answer will likely be, “It depends.” The closer to the hunting season, the more accurately the best hunting places can be pinpointed.
Here are the hunting seasons:
- Black bear, brown bear and grizzly bear: September through June (exact dates and limits vary by area)
- Caribou, deer, elk and mountain goat: August through December (year-round in some regions)
- Moose: September through October
- Wolf: August through May
- Wolverine: September through February
- Ptarmigan: August through June 15
- Hare: September through April
- Grouse: August through May 15
- Crow: March through April 15
- Pheasant, quail, partridge, wild turkey and snowy owl: Open season
Most air taxis into the wild offer planes on fixed hourly rates.
FBOs and Handlers at Ted Stevens International Airport, PANC, ANC
|Airline Support||(907) 272-2211|
|Great Circle Flight Services||6121 SOUTH AIRPARK PLACE, #2||(907) 245-1232|
|Million Air||6160 CARL BRADY DR||(907) 248-4422|
|Security Aviation||(907) 248-2677|
|Signature Flight Support||6231 S AIRPARK PLACE||(907) 243-7627|
|Swissport Usa||(907) 243-3310|
METAR Weather Data at Ted Stevens International Airport, PANC, ANC
|OBSERVED||Thu Apr 15, 07:53 UTC|
|NOW||Thu Apr 15, 08:39 UTC|
|AGE||46 min ago|
|WIND||SSE at 15 mph, gusting to 23 mph|
|WIND CHILL||31°F (-1°C)|
|BAROMETER||1018 hPa (30.05 in Hg)|
|METAR||PANC 150753Z 16013G20KT 10SM BKN110 04/M02 A3005 RMK AO2 PK WND 16030/0704 SLP178 T00441022|