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About Frontier Flying Service

Frontier Flying Service was an American airline headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska. The airline was based at Fairbanks International Airport in Fairbanks, with hubs in Barrow, Kotzebue, Anchorage, and Bethel.

The airline operated year-round scheduled commuter services and postal services to Alaska, primarily in the north of Fairbanks, as well as charter services to the lower 48 states and Canada.

Frontier Flying Service had partnerships with Corvus Airlines, Hageland Aviation, and Ravn Alaska. Combined, the companies had been operating flights in Alaska for about as long as Alaska had been a state.

Frontier Flying Service operated under the brand Ravn Connect. The airline did not operate any Era flight numbers, as it focused on cargo transportation and on-demand charters.

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Fairbanks International Airport

Fairbanks International Airport is a public airport located in Fairbanks, Alaska. It's a major transportation hub for the region and connects many travellers to various destinations within Alaska and beyond.

The airport has a small runway that can handle aircraft of various sizes, including larger planes for international travel. Airlines that fly to this airport include Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines. It's also a hub for Everts AirWarbelow's Air Ventures and Wright Air Service.


Frontier Flying Service's fleet consisted of the following aircraft:

  • 2 x Piper PA-31-350
  • 3 x Raytheon Beech BE-1900-C
  • 2 x Shorts SD3-30