About Point Hope Airport
Situated in the North Slope Borough, 2 miles southwest of the city center of Point Hope, Alaska, Point Hope Airport is a public airport owned by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Covering an area of around 22 acres, the airport lies on the Chukchi Sea coast, in the Lisburne Peninsula. Point Hope Airport was categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as commercial service, non-primary facility. Ravn Alaska and Bering Air are the leading airlines with Cape Lisburne, Kotzebue, Kivalina, and Point Lay being the top destinations. The airport features one asphalt paved airport and provides aircraft operations, such as 100% air taxi.