Per Capita, there are more private pilots in Alaska than anywhere else in the United States. Fairbanks International Airport is proud to serve as the second largest multi-use airfield in the state. Our facilities, capacity and maintenance are second to none. Pilots have their choice of two runways - one is gravel and the other paved - of 2,900’ x 75’ and 6,500’x 100 feet, respectively. Our float pond has a 5,400’ x 100’ landing surface. We have 322 tie downs and 175 float pond spaces.
Visiting pilots can camp under their wing at our taxi-in on-airport campground equipped with 15 parking positions, shower house, bathroom and fire pits. Not to mention a pilot’s lounge for the comfort of both the visiting pilot and their passengers.
What truly sets us apart however is a maintenance team that ensures runways, taxiways and ramps are cleared routinely, quickly and safely to help you get where you want to go.