Everts Air Alaska is an American airline based in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States. The airline operates passenger services within Alaska and Canada. It also provides scheduled and charter airline cargo services. Everts Air has its main base at Fairbanks International Airport, but also has a major hub at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.
Everts Air Alaska was formerly known as Tatonduk Flying Service, which was established in 1978 in the village of Eagle. Everts Air Alaska is the sister of Everts Air Cargo and was formed in 1995, to provide both cargo and passenger services domestically within Alaska. Everts Air Charter, launched in 2007, also provides charter air services for travellers looking for customised travel.
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Everts Air provides scheduled passenger service from Fairbanks to destinations within Alaska including Anaktuvuk Pass, Barter Island, Galena, Venetie, Anaktuvuk Pass, Arctic Village and Eagle.
Destinations are subject to change, with new seasonal schedules regularly introduced. The following are destinations that the airline has historically operated scheduled flights to, flying from Fairbanks:
|Anaktuvuk Pass||(AKP)||Anaktuvuk Pass Airport|
|Anchorage||(ANC)||Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport|
|Arctic Village||(ARC)||Arctic Village Airport|
|Barrow||BRW)||Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport|
|Fairbanks||(FAI)||Fairbanks International Airport|
|Fort Yukon||(FYU)||Fort Yukon Airport|
|Galena||(GAL)||Edward G. Pitka Sr. Airport|
|King Salmon||(AKN)||King Salmon Airport|
|Kotzebue||(OTZ)||Ralph Wien Memorial Airport|
|Lake Minchumina||(MHM/LMA)||Minchumina Airport|
|Prudhoe Bay||(SCC)||Deadhorse Airport|
|St. Mary's||(KSM)||St. Mary's Airport|
The fare will include up to 40 lbs of personal baggage. Excess baggage will be charged at the applicable freight rate.
A passenger's total baggage weight must add up to 40 lbs, which will be carefully stowed by staff to ensure a safe flight.
The airline will use its Cessna Caravan and Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. These small aircraft may be configured for 1 to 9 passengers to sit comfortably. There is only one class of standard seating available, and passengers can enjoy a premium experience during the short flight.
The aircraft have been configured to create a large cabin area, with comfortable seating.
Please note that facilities may be limited on scheduled passenger flights.
Online check-in is not currently available for this airline.
When flying from Fairbanks, passengers should arrive 2 hours prior to scheduled departure. If departing from another airport, passengers are advised to check the recommended check-in times for the airport they will be flying from.
The airline does not currently offer a frequent flyer program.
The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.
The airline owns a number of Douglas aircraft (including the Douglas DC-6A, DC-6B, DC-9-32F, and DC-9-33F), as well as Cessna aircraft (including the 180 and 260H). Not all of the aircraft that the airline owns is used for passenger services. Most scheduled passenger flights will use the airline’s Cessna Caravan and Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.
The airline can provide a number of special services for those with disabilities or requiring additional assistance. The airline will strive to meet your needs, but due to the configuration of the aircraft there may be restrictions. It is advised to contact our customer service team before you book to avoid disappointment.
Fairbanks International Airport (IATA: FAI) is a public airport located three miles southwest of Fairbanks, a city in the Fairbanks North Star Borough of Alaska. Condor provides a weekly summer service to Europe (Frankfurt), making Fairbanks the smallest US city with a direct connection to Europe. Air North Yukon also provides an international service, with flights to Canada.
The following airlines also provide domestic flights within Alaska: