Alaska Air Services
When it comes to choosing the best Alaska flight service, you can trust that Fish Alaska’s preferred businesses are expert-approved and able to make your Alaska trip a success. Our editors have extensive experience flying all over Alaska throughout Bristol Bay, Kodiak, the Interior, Southeast and all over the state. We know who the reliable transporters are for the main fishing and hunting areas in Alaska and can help make recommendations based on your trip. Float and wheel plane travel in Alaska is as common as an Uber in New York City. Many remote trips in the Greatland must begin with a reliable Alaska air service. Check out this list of reputable transporters. Don’t see what you need here? Send us an email or use our free trip planning service.
Alaska Seaplanes is the premier commuter airline of Southeast Alaska. Operating from a hub in Juneau, Alaska Seaplanes serves the markets of: Angoon, Elfin Cove, Excursion Inlet, Gustavus, Haines, Hoonah, Juneau, Kake, Klawock, Pelican, Sitka, Skagway, and Tenakee Springs on a year round basis.
The Holitna River Lodge is located 238 miles SW of Anchorage in the core of Alaska bush country and is on a spectacular waterway with hundreds of miles of river to fish and hunt from. They stage their fishing and hunting adventures from Holitna River Lodge. They are strategically located in the “Heart” of Alaska featuring a 2,300 foot runway for their Cessna 206 and Super Cub, 3 duplex cabins, 4 private cabins, 20 boats, a beautiful garden, and a big main lodge.
PenAir is one of the largest regional airlines in Alaska, currently offering regular service to ten communities in western Alaska from its headquarters in Anchorage, and it’s one of the largest leasers of Saab 340 aircraft in the United States. In all, the PenAir fleet consists of 15 Saab 340s (two all-cargo and 13 with 30-passenger capacity), as well as six Piper Saratogas (PA32 and PA32R), each with a passenger capacity of five. “The Spirit of Alaska” is written on the side of every airplane in the fleet, which indicates a commitment to extend the kind of cooperative spirit that has characterized life in bush Alaska.