7 airlines plan summer flights to Anchorage

Associated PressMay 11, 2012 

Alaska's largest airport is about to get busier. Officials at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport have announced seven carriers will provide summer seasonal passenger service this year.

Officials in a release say those airlines are United, Sun Country Airlines, American Airlines, Air Canada, Frontier, Condor and jetBlue. In addition, Japan Airlines and Korean Air plan charter service this summer.

Airport authorities say the airports in Anchorage and Fairbanks serve nearly 5 million passengers a year.

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