Alaska Marine Ferry
The Alaska Marine Ferry stops in Cordova
from Valdez (approximately 5 hours), Whittier (7 hours), and Seward (12 hours).
Very useful if you want to take your car and go to Copper River Delta. the prices varies from very cheap no facilities trip 20 $ up tp 70 $.
There are only two ways to get...
There are only two ways to get to Cordova - Fly or Float! From Anchorage it is a 45 minute flight, or you can drive to Valdez (about 6 hours) and then hop on the ferry (about 5 hours) and you will end up in Cordova. Cordova has one major airport where the commercial flights come in (CDV - Mile 13, Mudhole Smith Airport), and a smaller airport that has small planes land either on Eyak Lake or they block off the road and they land there.
Cordova is a very small town and you can walk or ride a bike almost anywhere, however most people do drive cars.
Small-ship cruise line
There are no big-ship stops in Cordova, this is the only small boat going and coming to Cordova. Cruise West comes once a week on Wednesdays on 10 am and leaves 6.30pm. Only on the summer time.
There are three airlines flying to Cordova.; Alaska Airlines, Era Aviation as well as private Jim Air. Both Era And AA has two daily flights during the summer.