Cabin class:

tick Trusted Choice tick Secure Booking

Please select an airport

Select a departure date

Search & Book Flights
With Bering Air

Cancellation Protection
Illness Refundable Booking Redundancy Emergency
Trusted Choice
  • 65,000 happy customers
  • Rated 4.5 Stars. Based on 3,581 service ratings over the past year
  • Dedicated customer service team on hand to help
  • Secure payments
We are an IATA accredited agent
Pay for your flights using your PayPal account
Pay for your flights over time using Affirm
Search over 600 airlines
We accept 160 different currencies
Over 3000 customers rated us 4.4/5
Your payments are 100% safe and secure
Cancellation Protection
Illness Refundable Booking Redundancy Emergency
Trusted Choice
  • 65,000 happy customers
  • Rated 4.5 Stars. Based on 3,581 service ratings over the past year
  • Dedicated customer service team on hand to help
  • Secure payments

Buy Bering Air Flights


Search and Buy Bering Air Flights Online with Alternative Airlines


Make an Bering Air reservation and find some amazing deals with discounted Bering Air tickets at Alternative Airlines



About Bering Air

Bering Air is an American airline headquartered in Alaska, USA. 


The airline is based at Nome Airport, Alaska, and operates domestic scheduled charter and passenger airline services as well as air ambulance and helicopter services. 


Bering Air is a FAA certified US regional air service based in Nome, Alaska, with hubs in Kotzebue and Unalakleet. The airline operates scheduled passenger and cargo flights seven days a week out of each hub to 32 communities along the northwest coast of Alaska.


The wide variety of aircraft is also available for charter anywhere in Alaska, Canada, the lower 48 United States, and the Russian Far East. Our helicopter department is certified as an FAA part 133 operator providing external load (sling and basket) services for bulky loads and fuel to remote locations.


Bering Air has received numerous safety awards and actively participates in the Medallion Foundation Safety Program and the Alaska Air Carriers Association.

Their pledge is to operate a well-maintained fleet of aircraft with the best professionals in the industry, providing the customer with the safest and most reliable transportation network in our region of Alaska.





Class Fares:

The airline operates a fleet of small/light aircraft and helicopters, with a limited number of passengers. The on-board facilities might be limited, by the craft offer an incredible experience - be sure to bring your camera!



Bering Air Frequent Flyer Program

Bering Air Gold Points: earning Gold Points: All members are eligible to earn Gold Points on all eligible scheduled and charter flights at 5 points for each flight segment. Gold Points are only earned after completion of a segment. Gold Points are not earned at time of purchase of a ticket. A segment is based on passenger emplaning and deplaning not aircraft routing. Gold Points are not transferable between primary accounts.Corporations, partnerships and/or other companies may not enroll as participants.


Bering Air is solely responsible for the interpretation and application of the policies and procedures communicated in this guide and elsewhere to Gold Points members. All determinations by Bering Air shall be final and conclusive in each case. Any Gold Points partner may discontinue or change its participation in the program with or without prior notice. Bering Air is not responsible for products and services provided by Gold Points partners.




Ambler (ABL) – Ambler Airport

Brevig Mission (KTS) – Brevig Mission Airport

Buckland (BKC) – Buckland Airport

Cape Lisburne (LUR) – Cape Lisburne LRRS Airport

Deering (DRG) – Deering Airport

Elim (ELI) – Elim Airport

Gambell (GAM) – Gambell Airport

Golovin (GLV) – Golovin Airport

Kiana (IAN) – Bob Baker Memorial Airport

Kivalina (KVL) – Kivalina Airport

Kobuk (OBU) – Kobuk Airport

Kotzebue (OTZ) – Ralph Wien Memorial Airport

Koyuk (KKA) – Koyuk Alfred Adams Airport

Noatak (WTK) – Noatak Airport

Nome (OME) – Nome Airport

Noorvik (ORV) – Robert (Bob) Curtis Memorial Airport

Point Hope (PHO) – Point Hope Airport

St. Michael (SMK) – St. Michael Airport

Savoonga (SVA) – Savoonga Airport

Selawik (WLK) – Selawik Airport

Shaktoolik (SKK) – Shaktoolik Airport

Shishmaref (SHH) – Shishmaref Airport

Shungnak (SHG) – Shungnak Airport

Stebbins (WBB) – Stebbins Airport

Teller (TLA) – Teller Airport

Tin City (TNC) – Tin City LRRS Airport

Unalakleet (UNK) – Unalakleet Airport

Wales (WAA) – Wales Airport

White Mountain (WMO) – White Mountain Airport




Baggage Allowance

Bering Air has a maximum check-in luggage allowance of 22kg (50lb) - any baggage over the free allowance will be charged agt the applicable excess bagggae rates.

If you have over 90kg (200lb) of baggage, please contact the airline 72 hours prior to departure to make arrangements.






Piper PA-31 Navajo

Cessna Caravan EX

Beechcraft 1900d

Beechcraft King Air 200

CASA 212-200

MD Helicoter MD 500E

Robinson R44 Raven II



Hub Airport

Nome Airport

Nome Airport (or Greater Sudbury airport) is a state owned airport in the city of Nome, Alaska.

The State of Alaska also operates Nome City Field, a public general aviation airfield located one nautical mile (1.85 km) north of the city.


Alternative Airlines

PenAir logo

Select a currency