Alaska Park is the only airport valet-parking facility in Alaska.
We’re just 1 mile from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Our customers tell us it’s almost always faster to use Alaska Park instead of parking at the airport garage. But it’s the comfort and convenience of our valet service that keeps our customers coming back.
Simply pull up to our front door, hand us the keys and we’ll take care of the rest. Every car is tracked by name and license plate.
We take the hassle out of getting to the airport by driving you directly to the terminal. It’s like having a friend drop you off – all you have to do is step inside to the check-in counter.
Want to save time and money? Sign up for an Alaska Park Perks customer rewards account and you’ll accrue valuable points towards free parking and Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ miles. Also, by completing your Alaska Park Perks customer rewards profile, you can sign up for our new Express Pay service and avoid the need to pay at our lobby counter upon return! Once enrolled, your charges will automatically be applied to your payment of choice and an electronic receipt will be provided via email, with the option of a paper copy upon request.
Secure. Safe. Stress free.
We take the worry out of travel by providing 24-hour security every day of the year for your vehicle while you’re away and by having it warmed up and waiting at our front door when you get home again. You’ll never come home to an ice-cold vehicle covered in snow.
Treat your car while it’s with us with the detailing services of 907 Divine Auto Detailing: our partner in detailing for your vehicle. All payment for detailing work is direct from you to 907 Divine Auto Detailing.
Want to let your car work for you while you’re away? We work with Turo vehicles by facilitating between you and renters through Turo. Set up your rental plan before you leave, and you’ll receive a discounted rate, as well as making a little money on the side.
Late for your flight? Unlike parking at the airport, you don’t need to stress about finding a spot, driving around in circles and down multiple levels, dragging your luggage long distances through the long-term lot or short-term garage, up and down escalators, or through the subterranean tunnel. Our shuttle takes you directly to the terminal.
And we’ll unload your luggage from your car, load it into the shuttle and unload it at the airport; so you can focus on your children or simply on getting ready for your trip.
For your personal safety, check out our updated COVID-19 policy to know what we’re doing to keep you and our employees safe.
Land. Pick up luggage. Call shuttle.
We maintain a large fleet of warm, bright red courtesy shuttles, so you virtually never have to wait for a ride to or from the airport, a ride that usually takes just minutes because we’re so close. Our new app makes it easy to call for the shuttle and track its progress to the designated pickup spot outside baggage claim.
Overall, the ease and convenience of Alaska Park means you’ll start your trip relaxed and comfortable, not rushing through the cold airport garage or waiting for a shuttle at our competitor’s open-air lot. And with every stay, you earn rewards points. It doesn’t take long to become a “high roller” with us as you accumulate points in our new Alaska Park Perks rewards program!
It’s our pleasure to provide you with simply better airport parking.
Alaska Park is owned by Tanadgusix Corporation (TDX), an Alaska Native village corporation from St. Paul Island, Alaska.
About TDX Native Corporation
Powering Alaska’s Economy
Tanadgusix Corporation (TDX) was created under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 to provide economic wellbeing for the Indigenous peoples that reside in the village of St. Paul, Alaska, and their descendants.
The Aleuts of St. Paul have grown into a proud and resourceful people. Because there are few business opportunities on the small island, they have guided TDX to successfully build a number of businesses far from home to support benefits for current and future shareholders, such as jobs and scholarships.
TDX owns several subsidiary companies that provide services to commercial, industrial and public sectors, including hotels, tourism venues, alternative energy, electric utilities, power-plants, wireless technologies, satellite technologies, environmental construction services, remediation, maritime industries – and industry-leading airport valet-parking facilities in Alaska and Washington.