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Travel Tuesday: Summer specials and airfare savings

By Daybreak Staff 10:36 AM April 22, 2014

Princess Tours’ Rail/Stay Combo

 To Talkeetna — $229 per person for three-days, two-night stay.

To Denali — $339 per person for three-day, two-night stay

Rates based on double occupancy starting May 15th

 

Flightseeing Adventure with K2 Aviation

Take advantage of a glacier landing on Denali with this Talkeetna-based adventure

Between now and May 31, receive a 25 percent discount if you present your Alaska ID

 

Knik River Lodge Adventure

$94 per night based on double occupancy

Helicopter tours including a glacier landing are $195 per person with Alaska ID

Rates available only May 15 – June 14

 

Fishing Charter Package in Ninilchik

Between May 1 – June 10, enjoy a full day of halibut or king salmon charter fishing for $245 per person

Package includes one night’s stay at Ninilchik Charters’ cabin

 

Airfare 911

Anchorage-Denver $348rt on Frontier beginning May 17

Fairbanks-Denver $288rt on Frontier beginning June 3

Juneau -New York $410rt on Delta beginning May 30

Juneau-Salt Lake City $360rt on Delta beginning May 30

Club 49 deals — must purchase by Tuesday night

Anchorage-Juneau $209rt from May 11-Jun 10

Anchorage-Sitka $207rt from May 11-Jun 10

 

 

 

 

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