Petersburg Airport

Petersburg Airport Code

PSG is the abbreviation code for Petersburg Airport. According to Abbreviation Finder, PSG can also mean:

  1. Pacific Seabird Group
  2. Packet-Switched Gateway
  3. Pagan Spirit Gathering
  4. Paris Saint-Germain
  5. Parti Socialiste Genevois
  6. Parti Socialiste de Guyanais
  7. Partido Socialista Galego
  8. Partir sans Gagner
  9. Passenger
  10. Passive Signal Generation
  11. Patient Support Group
  12. Patti Smith Group
  13. Perchlorate Study Group
  14. Pershing
  15. Personal Systems Group
  16. Personnel Support Group
  17. Petersburg, AK, USA – Municipal
  18. Pfadfinderinnenschaft Sankt Georg
  19. Phospho Silicate Glass
  20. Phrase Structure Grammar

Petersburg Airport

Petersburg Airport, AK (PSG)

The Petersburg Airport is a major commercial airport in the US state of Alaska. The small Norwegian-speaking community is located at the northern end of Mitkof Island, which is part of the Alexander Archipelago. Juneau, the next largest city and at the same time the capital of Alaska, is located approx. 180 air kilometers northwest of Petersburg.

  • URL: Petersburg, AK (PSG)
  • Time zone: GMT -9
  • Service phone: +1 907 772-4624
  • Address: Petersburg Airport, POBox 1108, Petersburg, AK 99811, USA
  • Operator: State of Alaska DOT & PF
  • Parking: Yes, there are enough parking spaces available.
  • Transport connections: The airport is located on the southern edge of the municipality.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (15.61%), Tuesday (14.77%), Wednesday (13.21%), Thursday (13.81%), Friday (13.81%), Saturday (13.81%), Sunday (15.01%)
  • other spellings: Petersburg-AK, Петербург (Аляска), ピ ー タ ー ズ バ ー グ (ア ラ ス カ 州), 彼得 斯堡 (阿拉斯加州)

Most popular destinations from Petersburg, AK (flights per week)

  1. Anchorage (8, 20.00%)
  2. Juneau International, AK (8, 20.00%)
  3. Ketchikan, AK (8, 20.00%)
  4. Seattle – Tacoma International Airport, WA (8.20%)
  5. Other (20.00%)

The airport is located on the southern outskirts.