|Owner||State of Alaska DOT&PF - Northern Region|
|Elevation AMSL||64 ft / 20 m|
Deadhorse Airport (IATA: SCC, ICAO: PASC, FAA LID: SCC) is a public airport located in Deadhorse on the North Slope of Alaska. It can be accessed from Fairbanks via the Elliott and Dalton highways. It is near Prudhoe Bay and is sometimes also called Prudhoe Airport.
Facilities and aircraft
Deadhorse Airport, on average has 10 aircraft on the field, three single engine aircraft, two double engine aircraft and 5 helicopters.
Airlines and destinations
|Alaska Airlines||Anchorage, Utqiagvik, Fairbanks|
|Ravn Alaska||Anchorage, Barter Island/Kaktovik, Fairbanks, Nuiqsut|
The Airport first opened in April 1970, and does not have a control tower. The elevation of the airport is 67.4 ft (20.5m).
- Pathfinder Aviation provides helicopter transportation services to the Alaska oil and gas and related support industries.
|Carrier||Passengers (arriving and departing)|
|1||Anchorage, AK||Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport||32,820||Alaska, Ravn Alaska|
|2||Fairbanks||Fairbanks International Airport||3,990||Alaska, Ravn Connect|
|3||Utqiagvik, AK||Wiley Post-Will Rogers Memorial Airport||2,210||Alaska|
|4||Kaktovik, AK||Barter Island LRRS Airport||1,490||Ravn Connect|
|5||Nuiqsut, AK||Nuiqsut Airport||1,310||Ravn Connect|
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