Getting Here

The island of Unalaska is located in the Aleutian Chain, Alaska’s southwest region, and only accessible by air and by sea. Once on the island, you may walk, rent a car, or grab a taxi. Points of interest are spread throughout our community, and most are still in walking distance.

By Air: There are daily flights from Anchorage, Alaska year round. All flights are booked through Alaska Airlines using airport code “DUT”. However, the actual flight out of Anchorage is operated through Peninsula Airways. The two companies work together to service our area.

Alaska Airlines:  1-800-252-7522 or visit www.alaskaair.com

Pen Air: 1-800-448-4226 or visit www.penair.com

Grant Aviation has service from Unalaska/Dutch Harbor to Atka, Akutan and Nikolski. For more information on flights visit www.flygrant.com or call 888-Fly-Grant (888-359-4726)

By Sea: The Alaska Marine Highway system provides ferry service from Homer, Alaska to Unalaska/Dutch Harbor during the summer months of May through September aboard their 296 ft. M/V Tustumena. It is a wonderful way to see the Aleutian Islands. For reservations and the most recent ferry information visit the Alaska Marine Highway website.

Also, there are several cruise ship companies that stop in the Port of Dutch Harbor. Companies vary year to year, so it would be best to contact your travel agent for more information.