Located three miles southwest of downtown, Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) has four runways (including a water/winter ski strip) and one passenger terminal with seven gates. About a dozen carriers serve the airport, including Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines and United Airlines. Passengers can fly between FAI and destinations across Alaska, as well as points elsewhere in the United States, and Canada, Japan and Germany. Fairbanks is the smallest US city with non-stop service to Europe. The airport is served by taxis, airport shuttles, the local public bus and rental car companies. Short-term and long-term parking is available adjacent to the main terminal. Other airport amenities include ATMs, two restaurants, a gift shop and the Armed Services YMCA Military Lounge.