The Aircraft

When our aircraft aren’t flying tours, they’re flying cargo and passengers all over southeast Alaska. These are working aircraft, and they look like it: their beauty is their simple utilitarianism and the meticulous maintenance that keeps these planes flying year after year.

Cessna 206

Named the Stationair or Skywagon, though we just refer to it as “the 206.” Fast, nimble, reliable. This is a popular bush plane thanks to its powerful engine, rugged construction, and a spacious interior for its size.

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DeHavilland Beaver

The legendary bush plane of the North. Famous for its STOL (Short Take Off and Landing) capabilities, these airplanes can get in and out of the tightest spots in the wild.

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Cessna 208 “Caravan”

An aircraft with outstanding power and capabilities. Equipped with floats and turbo prop engine, our Caravan is informally known as “Godzilla.” This airplane offers outstanding views and comfort for larger groups. 

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