Mcgrath Airport

McGrath Airport is the airport serving the town of McGrath, a small, rural community in Alaska that sits roughly halfway between Anchorage and Fairbanks. Some might know of the town because the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race (the most popular sporting event in the state) passes through it each March.

McGrath is also an access point to the southern unit of the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge that protects the vast Interior wetlands in Alaska. Due to the small size of the town (it only has a population of a few hundred people), and the fact that McGrath Airport formerly operated as the McGrath Army Airbase, the terminal is only very small. As a result, travellers should purchase travel essentials and food and drinks before they fly in or out of the terminal.

The airport is less than 500 metres from the centre of the town though, so you won’t have to go far to find services. This information is correct as of March 2016.

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 Getting to & from the Airport

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There is parking available at McGrath Airport which passengers can utilise if they choose to drive their own car to the terminal.

 Who flies to Mcgrath

 Location Details

Longitude:155° 39' 27'' W
Latitude:62° 58' 43'' N

 Airport Location

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