Scenic Mountain Air

Scenic Flight Tours

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Scenic flight tours, We have been offering the best flight-seeing, fly-in fishing for gray-ling and rainbow trout, and providing safe transportation to USFS cabins near Moose Pass since 1991.We celebrated our twentieth year in 2011. We have a chalet-type office at the Seward Airport with a four-place airplane which can take three passengers.In Moose Pass, just a half-hour north of Seward, we have a six-place airplane on floats which can take five passengers. 
“Wow!” is what we hear most often from our passengers. Click, click, click is the other sound from the shooting of their cameras. Our base is right in the middle of some of the most spectacular scenery in Alaska.The hanging glaciers, the tide water glaciers, the waterfalls, the sheep, goats, moose, and bear all add wonderous sights to our flight tours. The hour tour is popular, but if one only the the time or money for our thirty minutes tour, it’s fantastic too.
 “You don’t charge enough,” is what Bob said when he got off the airplane. “This is what I came to Alaska to see!” is another comment we usually hear several times during the summer. 
 “We had so much fun!” At least two families said that when they returned from their fly-out fishing trips last year. Gray-ling and rainbow trout are the lakes and streams in the mountains surrounding our home base.
        You can take a beautiful flight to Homer in a float plane in one hour, instead of taking three hours to drive from Moose Pass. If you like, spend a half day, have lunch and explore the famous Homer spit before your return to Moose Pass if you’re not staying in Homer.
        We fly to Anchorage from the Seward Airport as well as Moose Pass, along with Talkeetna, Cordova, and Valdez.

 

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