Grand Canyon Airlines is a small airline headquartered on the grounds of Boulder City Airport, Boulder City, in Nevada (USA).
The Grand Canyon Airlines company operates scheduled passenger services as well as sightseeing tours over and around the Grand Canyon.
The airline also has bases at Grand Canyon National Park Airport and Page Municipal Airport.
The airline is believed to be the world's oldest air tour company; originally named Scenic Airways, the company started operating air tours in 1927. Scenic Airways changed its name to Grand Canyon Airlines in 1930.
One small personal item that can be securely strapped over the passenger’s shoulders.
Checked baggage must weigh no more than thirty pounds and must be necessary or appropriate for the wear, use, comfort or convenience of the passenger for the purpose of the trip. The total dimensions of each piece (length plus width plus height) shall not exceed sixty-six inches.
Each piece of checked baggage must have a current identification tag or label on the outside containing the Passenger’s name, address and phone number.
Checked baggage must be able to fit in the baggage compartment of the aircraft; all baggage is carried on a space-available basis.
The airline maintains the right to reject baggage if deemed unsafe.
Checked baggage must be checked-in at the airport at least sixty minutes in advance of the scheduled time of departure, but can be checked-in up to 4 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure provided that the passenger remains at the airport facility until flight departure.
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The Grand Canyon National Park is known the world-over and draws in millions of visitors. The South Rim region is blanketed in the lush Kaibab forest and features the deepest gorges. Visitors will be able to experience jaw-dropping views.
Top tip: The Grand Canyon features in our blog: The Best Dark Sky Destinations in the World
Most visitors heading to the Grand Canyon choose to fly into one of three airports in close proximity to the canyon:
McCarran International Airport: airlines include Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
For flights around the Grand Canyon, check out sightseeing airline Papillon Airways.
Vistaliner: 19 passengers in a 1-2 formation. Headphones and back-seat storage pouches available.
Cessna Caravan: 9 passengers in a 1-1 formation. Headphones and back-seat storage pouches available.