Helicopter charters are available for all of your needs. Our helicopter allows passengers to experience remote areas that would be otherwise inaccessible. Whether you are planning a group trip to a glacier for a special occasion, or need a drop-off for a remote adventure we will work with you to create your ideal trip.
Our Cessna is a great airplane for flight seeing, getting into the backcountry, transporting gear, or doing photography. Plan your dream trip into the Chugach National Forest and Wrangle St. Elias National Park, take a scenic flight up to explore the Bremner mine or look for moose and bears on the Copper River Delta. A charter allows you to customize your flight and trip to fit your needs.
Photo/Video and Surveys
Our helicopter is an ideal vehicle for photo, video, and survey work. The visibility from inside the helicopter is unparalleled and the ability to hover and land almost anywhere gives clients unique opportunities for capturing aerials or accessing remote areas. Doors are able to be removed for unobstructed filming.
Our Cessna is also a great lower cost option for photo and survey work. Great visibility combined with faster cruising speeds get you on site in less time while still allowing the ability to fly at lower speeds for your photo or survey mission.
Our Robinson R66 helicopter is equipped with a cargo hook and large baggage area so it can perform a wide variety of tasks. We can efficiently transport crews, survey, perform sling work, or in most cases, a combination of all of the above.
Accessibility is invaluable in Alaska for field research, remote work and transportation. Whether you need to move to various sites, access remote locations, or move materials - our helicopter can save you time and man hours. It can be used as a virtual forklift to move equipment, people and materials from one side of camp to the other or from one camp to the next.
Our HAZMAT certification allows us to safely move your fuel, oil, and other hazardous camp supplies.
Our airplane can be chartered for transporting passengers and gear, cargo and supplies to unimproved landing strips in remote locations.