June to September
Whether you’re looking for world class bear-viewing or want to experience a breathtaking flightseeing tour, Kodiak-based Island Air Service can make it happen. Start your bear-viewing tour in Kodiak, and you’ll have a shorter flight time compared to leaving from Anchorage. Even if you’re just here for a day while your cruise ship is in port, it’s easy to fly out and witness the majesty of these impressive creatures.
Welcome to Fairbanks! It’s been called America’s “Most Air-Minded City,” and is a nexus of the world as flown from the far north. Travelers pass through here for many reasons, along with fuel, supplies, and dry goods that must be taken to small communities throughout Alaska.
Given its vast size and rugged terrain, it’s logical that Alaska has had a long love affair—and even dependence—on aviation. It was July 4, 1913, that the first flight took place in Alaska, and today there are more planes here, per person, than anywhere else in the world.
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Serving 11 small communities along the Inside Passage, Alaska Seaplanes is the “city bus” of the Southeast,…
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