Natron Air Charter Flights

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Chartering a flight with Natron Air allows you to go wherever you want, whenever you want—making your Alaska experience even more magical.

In Alaska, life revolves around airplanes—the fastest, easiest, and sometimes only way to get around the 49th state. And a private charter flight with Natron Air lets you get you to several amazing destinations in spectacularly scenic fashion—on whatever schedule you’d like.

Natron Air’s air taxi service is based at the Soldotna Airport on the Kenai Peninsula, where pilot and owner Tim Pope has been offering flights since 1993. Up to 5 passengers can fly at once on the Aerostar 601P Superstar 700, the world’s fastest piston twin. This luxury plane can accommodate 5 passengers and up to 1,200 pounds (which means a regular-size suitcase for each passenger), which is more than some charters and air taxis can handle. And thanks to a pressurized cabin, the plane can fly up to 26,000 feet, allowing you to fly above—not through—any poor weather, which isn’t always an option with other planes.

Natron Air flies to and from the Anchorage airport, so if you’re just arriving and want the quickest way to another destination (Kodiak, anyone?), this is the perfect solution. Most flights are private trips for just your group, but feel free to call and see if there are any seats available on an existing trip (if the original group has opted for a mixed flight).

Take on Alaska in style and comfort—and without wasting any time waiting for commercial flights—by chartering a plane with Natron Air!

Where Does Natron Air Fly?

  • Anchorage
  • Soldotna
  • Fairbanks
  • Kodiak
  • Port Alsworth
  • King Salmon
  • Pilot Point
  • Dillingham

Tim Pope

Alaska gives you a romantic sort of feeling toward the land…it’s a feeling of love.
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Getting There

619 Funny River Rd
Soldotna, AK 99669
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Natron Air Charter Flights

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