Arctic Circle Air Service, Inc.

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For over 30 years Arctic Circle Air Service, Inc. has been serving Alaska’s unique air transportation needs. From the smallest remote airfield to the largest metropolitan airport, Arctic Circle Air has the aircraft and experience to meet your transportation requirements.


Arctic Circle Air Service, Inc. is a FAA part 135 approved carrier that conducts scheduled and charter operations. Aircraft are based at the Anchorage and Fairbanks hubs.

In 1973 Arctic Circle Air Service, Inc. started by pilot Douglas Butler as a charter air service between Fairbanks and Fort Yukon. The company began with a C206 and a C170 by catering to trappers and local residents.

In 1990 after some changes and restructuring in the 80's, an Anchorage group took over the operation and has since expanded the company's market. The expansion later led to a second base in the Yukon-Kuskokwim delta city of Bethel which serves 27 communities.

In 2000 market conditions from Prince William Sound to Bristol Bay allowed Arctic Circle to open an Anchorage base that has grown to serve an expanding list of nine communities.

In 2003 the fleet expands with the addition of a Sherpa and two King Airs for growth into the mail and freight markets.

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Location

Arctic Circle Air Service, Inc.
PO Box 60049
Fairbanks, AK 99706
United States

Telephone: 
(888) 414-2364, (907) 474-0112
Fax: 
(907) 474-0116

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