Juneau has at least two direct jet service flights both to Anchorage and Seattle every day.
Juneau is Alaska’s closest “big” city to the Lower 48.
Juneau has year round daily jet services to Seattle and Anchorage and regionally to Yakutat, Cordova, Ketchikan, Sitka, Wrangell and Petersburg via Alaska Airlines.
Delta Airlines services Juneau with round trip daily flights to Seattle in the summertime.
Commuter airlines provide daily service between Juneau and other surrounding communities.
The Alaska Marine Highway System connects Juneau to the rest of Southeast Alaska as well as providing transportation to and from Bellingham, Washington.
Throughout Juneau, Capital Transit offers daily bus service in the city and its suburbs.
Docks and Harbors makes it easy to moor in Juneau.
Juneau enjoys a splendid setting between the alpine peaks of the Tongass National Forest and the Pacific waters of the Inside Passage. It is the largest American city, and the nation’s only state capital, that is not on the continental road system. Uniquely, the city is accessible only by air and water.
The city has year-around daily jet service to Seattle and Anchorage, and regionally to Yakutat, Cordova, Ketchikan, Sitka, Wrangell and Petersburg. Commuter airlines provide daily service between Juneau and other surrounding communities. The city is served by the Alaska Marine Highway System, with service from Bellingham, WA, and throughout the region. Capital Transit offers daily bus service in the city and its suburbs. Freight and bulk goods are delivered twice weekly by barge.
How to get to Juneau
- Alaska Marine Highway:
- Juneau International Airport
- Juneau International Airport (JNU) is a city owned, public use airport and seaplane base located 8 miles northwest of the central business district of Juneau.
- Contact Juneau International Airport – 907-789-7821
- Passenger services
- Juneau Capital Transit Bus System – for seniors & passengers with disabilities
- Eaglecrest ski bus
Care-A-Van Transportation: The Care-A-Van Transportation Service is operated by Southeast Senior Services, a division of Catholic Community Service. Care-A-Van is designed to assist senior citizens (age 60 and over) and people of any age who are unable to use the Capital Transit bus due to a disability. Care-A-Van takes passengers anywhere in Juneau they would like to go—to the doctor, to the store, to work, to school, for example—though it does not travel past the ferry terminal. All Care-A-Van vehicles are wheelchair accessible. Door-to-door transportation is offered the same hours as the Capital Transit bus system.
The Care-A-Van service provides prescheduled transportation only. Please call the office to arrange a ride. Office hours are listed on the Care-a-Van website. Contact Care-a-Van 907-463-6194
SAIL Taxi Vouchers for persons with disabilities
SAIL and Juneau Taxi have joined forces through government grants for the Catch a Cab program allowing people 60 or older, or those with disabilities, to ride for 40 cents on the dollar.
An eligible person must simply complete a short application to be able to purchase fares at this discounted rate. This can be done at the Juneau office: 3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 100. Discounted rates can be used only with Juneau Taxi, they are good for anywhere on the Juneau road system and include use of the wheelchair accessible taxi.
Contact SAIL 907-586-4920