Bus Transfers To and From Fairbanks International Airport

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Buses from Fairbanks International Airport with Bus Routes and Times

At Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) in Alaska, passengers have several ground transportation options, including rental cars, taxis, rideshares, shuttles, and buses.

Yellow Line buses are available at the designated location at the Ground Transportation Center. Aside from Fairbanks International Airport, the Yellow Line bus serves several destinations such as Fred Meyer West, UAF Wood Center, and University West.

The distance from the Airport to Downtown Fairbank is about 8 kilometers.

A one-way bus fare is $1.50, while discounted fares apply for seniors aged 60 and below five years old. Identification cards are required to avail of the discount.

Metropolitan Area Commuter System (MACS) Transit

The Metropolitan Area Commuter System (MACS) is a public transport agency operating in Fairbanks, Alaska.

It provides bus service to much of the urbanized area and is part of the transportation department in Fairbanks.

MACS has eight fixed routes identified by color. The Yellow Line serves the Airport.

The Red and Blue Lines provide loop service around urban Fairbanks in opposing directions, while the other routes connect to more distant destinations.

The Grey Line does not connect to the Transit Center or overlap with different routes, requiring a transfer from either University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) or Fred Meyer East to link to other ways.

Visit https://www.fnsb.gov/349/Metropolitan-Area-Commuter-System-MACS to learn about Fairbank’s Metropolitan Area Commuter System (MACS) Transit schedules, fares, and routes.