Jump to Town: Inside Passage | Southcentral & Interior Alaska
Serving 11 small communities along the Inside Passage, Alaska Seaplanes is the “city bus” of the Southeast, providing convenient and reliable flights from its hub in Juneau. The quick trip in an iconic floatplane or wheeled plane provides essential service to remote towns, and showcases breathtaking sights all along the way.
Serving 11 small communities along the Inside Passage, Alaska Seaplanes is the “city…
Reservations & General Inquiries: 907-789-3331
Outstation: Angoon: 907-788-3530
Outstation: Elfin Cove: 907-789-3331
Outstation: Gustavus: 907-697-2375
Outstation: Haines: 907-766-3800
Outstation: Hoonah: 907-945-3300
Outstation: Kake: 907-785-3176
Outstation: Pelican: 907-735-2244
Outstation: Skagway: 907-983-2479
Outstation: Tenakee Springs: 907-736-2247
Year round - water landing approximately May 1st - October 5th
Explore Alaska from above with this family-owned company that operates out of Anchorage. Options include flying above Denali, Knik and Colony Glacier, the Chugach Mountains, and more!
Since 1963, Rust’s has been safely carrying anglers far away from the crowds. Experienced guides lead you to world-class fishing for kings, silvers, grayling, and trout in some of Alaska’s most beautiful and remote wilderness - and they’ll clean and package your catch for the trip back to Anchorage. On the way, enjoy a window-seat view and pilot narration.
May 25 - Mid September
Hop aboard one of Regal Air’s planes departing from Anchorage and after a short, scenic flight you can be watching enormous brown bears swat salmon from Alaska’s rushing waters. Tours visit one of two destinations: Lake Clark National Park or Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park.
Locally known as "The Glacier Landing Company," TAT has been flying climbers and sightseers to the Alaska Range and Denali since 1947. Talkeetna Air Taxi features a custom-designed fleet of planes, a dedicated customer service team, and a variety of tours for every budget.
Fly Denali is the only company north of the Alaska Range with a permit to land on glaciers inside Denali National Park. The result is a world-class flight-seeing trip, with landings on Mt. McKinley’s glaciers.
Fly from Fairbanks and travel 80 miles above the across the Arctic Circle on a scenic and historic adventure. Departing in the evening, you’ll pass over the stark terrain of northern Alaska and land at the Athabascan village of Fort Yukon. Then, with your guide, you’ll spend an hour learning all about this fascinating area—the history, how people take care of themselves in a punishing environment, and some of the characters who have called this area home. Then, as the midnight sun sets, you’ll board your plane and fly back to Fairbanks.
While you may never join the ranks of climbers who have summited Mt. McKinley, an up-close view of North America's tallest peak can still be yours. K2 Aviation offers once-in-a-lifetime flightseeing tours among and above the Alaska Range. Add a glacier landing to get a sense of how immense these peaks really are.
A lot of people swear to it: the best way to see Alaska is from an airplane, and there may indeed be no better way to get close to the face of Denali. This one-of-a-kind flightseeing operator makes it easy to see up close to the Great One without spending a great deal of time.
Visit an Alaskan village above the Arctic Circle. Take off from Fairbanks and experience a scenic flight across the stark landscape. After 90 minutes, you’ll set down in Anaktuvik Pass, a small village of just 300 people in the shadow of the Brooks Range. You’ll spend five hours on the ground, meeting the last of the inland Inupiat Eskimo people and touring their village. Take an ATV ride out on the tundra and stop in at a museum to learn the history and traditions of the people here, then hop on your flight back to Fairbanks.
Get a taste of how Alaska operates when you board a real Alaskan mail plane for a delivery from Fairbanks out to a remote village. These planes fly to a dozen villages, most along the Yukon River and its tributaries, and you can tag along. You may be delivering medicine or a sled dog—it’s perfect for those who like spontaneous adventures. You’ll land just long enough to stretch your legs, meet the villagers who come to greet the plane, watch as the cargo is unloaded, then hop back in and take off back to Fairbanks.