|Round-trip from||$1,376||From New York to Kodiak|
NYC - ADQ
$454 - $65,683
30.2 - 55.4 °F
4.6 - 8.7 inches
The Kodiak Benny Benson State Airport (ADQ), Kodiak City, is the primary flight airline serving Kodiak Island, Alaska. Kodiak flight deals from different parts of the United States take varying durations to touch down at Kodiak, United States. For example, if you fly from New York (JKF), the duration for the plane to reach Kodiak is approximately 12-16h, depending on the number of layovers. On the other hand, planes from Denver to Kodiak, United States, take nearly 9h, and flying from Florida takes about 8h 20min. From Los Angeles (LAX), nonstop Kodiak flight deals take about 9h. These different fight times are because of the geographical locations of these origin cities. Other factors that influence flight duration include the number of flight layovers, the airline you choose, and travel dates and times.
Fortunately, you can book nonstop flights from different major airports in the US, such as Los Angeles (LAX), to Kodiak airport. Alaska Airlines is the common airline plying the air route, although you can find other airlines, such as Linear Air Taxi, American, Delta, and United, offering connecting flights to the South Alaskan city. You can choose a faster, one-stop route to Kodiak if you are traveling on a tight schedule. Still, there are flights with two and three layovers. They have an extended flight time and are ideal if you are traveling on a budget and have some time to spare. You might board your connecting flight in Seattle, Chicago, or Anchorage, depending on your chosen airline.
Getting to the downtown area from Kodiak Benny Benson Airport, Kodiak Island, is hassle-free because there're multiple transportation options. Kodiak Airport Shuttles operate from the flight hub to the town center as they drop visitors to their villas and marinas. Taxi operators like Kodiak Island Taxi and Kodiak City Cab offer rides to the city center 24/7 and take about 10-15min to reach downtown, charging about $20. Instead, you can rent a vehicle from Avis, Easirent, and Budget, which have desks right at the airport.
The Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, covering a large portion of Kodiak Island, is an excellent place to start your tour around the island. It is an area of diverse habitats and landscapes, including towering mountain peaks, grasslands, wetlands, and lush forests. The wildlife refuge is home to over 3,500 bears. Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park will impress history buffs as it details Kodiak's WWII history. Within the park's grounds are the coastal ruins of the island's WWII fortresses and the Kodiak Military History Museum. Another must-visit museum is the Alutiiq Museum that tells stories of the island's native Alutiiq people. If you'd like to see some marine life, head to the Kodiak Lab Aquarium and Touch Tank.
To travel to Kodiak, Alaska, US nationals are not required to have a passport or visa, but they must show a REAL ID when checking in at the airport. A REAL ID is any US-recognized identification card. It can be a state-issued ID, military ID, or a valid driver's license. Any US citizen visiting Kodiak from another overseas destination will be required to couple their REAL ID with a passport.
For a flight to Kodiak, you will be flying into Kodiak. Kodiak (ADQ) is just 4.2 mi from the center of the city.