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Angoon Airport Project SFAPT-00086

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Angoon, an Admiralty Island community, is accessible only by seaplane.

In cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is designing a new airport in Angoon.

DOT&PF is moving the project forward to:

  • Finalize the airport design, including elements such as runway structural components, aircraft parking location, and airport access;
  • Acquire permits necessary for construction;
  • Acquire necessary Right-of-Way (ROW); and
  • Prepare bid documents for construction contractors.

The new airport is anticipated to cost in the range of $45 million and will be paid for primarily by FAA funds. Cost estimates continue to be revised as the design progresses.

DOT&PF and consultants are developing the airport design to create the construction bid documents. The project team includes DOT&PF, PDC Engineers, and HDR Alaska.

Overview Fact Sheet

Project Details


Angoon Airport ROW

Other Documents

Questions? See the project Contacts page.

This page last updated: 4/30/20