Gustavus Visitors Association - Gustavus, Alaska, 99826, United States

Gustavus Airfield

Gustavus Airport was built during World War II. The development of the airport and the presence of the Federal Aviation Administration in Gustavus allowed the town to grow during the last half of the 20th century. Our great runway facility, open terrain and easy approach make the Gustavus Airfield a perfect gateway to the Icy Strait area, where visitors may find many marine connections for other communities and for Glacier Bay National Park. The asphalt runways accommodate commercial passenger jets and chartered aircraft. Scheduled service between Gustavus, Skagway, Haines, Hoonah and Juneau operate daily during the summer and on a limited basis during the winter.

Please visit the AirNav PAGS website for more technical information on the Gustavus Airfield. Or, visit FAA weather cams page.

Gustavus Visitors Association
P.O. Box 167
Gustavus, Alaska, 99826, United States
Call: 907.500.5143


Gustavus Visitors Association

The Gateway to Glacier Bay, Gustavus offers a microcosm of all the natural beauty of Alaska. Gustavus is not too big -- no industry interfering with the wilderness, no influx of cruise travelers, no string of souvenir shops -- and not too small. Lodgings cater to personal tastes and are available in a range of prices and a variety of styles. Many of our restaurants feature local seafood and produce fresh from the garden.