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Airport- Passenger service - City and district of Juneau
The Rückenwind concession provides a large choice of foods as well as choices of warm and chilled drinks, as well as alcoholic beverages, on the unsafe side of the sieve. Passengers and employees can indulge in the culinary delights or "grab and go" comfort. Salubrious, tasty snacks and meals provided by our kind personnel make eating at Juneau International Fair a fun and enjoyable part of your outing.
Operating hours: Operating hours: On the safe side of check-in, passengers are served meals, drinks and alcoholic beverages. As well as drop and speciality coffees and a wide range of soft drinks available, travellers can buy several different types of pizzas and a choice of roasted sweets in the Departure Lounge.
Consumers can buy groceries that they can eat while awaiting their journey or take with them on their flights. Operating hours: Operating hours: The Hummingbird Hollow Gloves is a Juneau own company of Kristi Elliott and Tom Gallagher. Our souvenir store offers a large choice of gifts, memorabilia and travel goods.
Easily accessible from the central gate of the terminals, it is open all year round to satisfy the needs of travellers and locals. Operating hours:
Juneau's Yellow Cab - Taxicab Service Company à Juneau, AK
Juneau's Yellow Cab is a cab operator offering Juneau, AK based cabs. Juneau's Yellow Cab is one of Juneau's leading providers of cab transport solutions, offering a comprehensive suite of cab transport solutions. To find out more about the various Juneau, AK taxis, please directly address Juneau's Yellow Cab.
Transport & Cards:
It'?s from downtown: It is only 2.5 nautical miles from Juneau city centre (where cruises call). The taxi service is available from any place and many hotel offers a free shuttleservice. Please click here for information on local transport in the city centre. From the train depot in the city centre, take buses 3 or 4 opposite the Hangar am Warf and get off at the Hospital stop.
When you have your own car, take Egan Driving northbound. When you leave the city centre (after the exit 10. Straße/Douglasbrücke), the first traffic lights you will see are at the point where you turn off. Take a bend in Channel Drive and turn right until it is aligned with Egan drive.
The Macaulay Salmon Hatchery is the large, red-roofed gray house on the right side of the street. Visitors' car parks are on the right-hand side when you enter the car park. On the Egan Drive (also known as Glacier Highway), the Juneau major motorway, we drive southwards towards the city centre. Once you have passed the Vanderbilt Drive lights, look out for the small bay fishing plaque on the right side of the motorway and take the right turn into the turn-off track that appears just after the plaque.
Turn right at the Hospital/Channel Drive traffic lights into Channel Drive and continue until you see the Brüterei (a large red-covered gray building) on your right. Visitors' car parks are on the right-hand side when you enter the car park. When you book a Juneau trip, the following businesses will be visiting us on their excursions:
Visitor Centre is a handicapped access centre with broad rampways, toilets and ADA car parks.