Grant Aviation, Inc.

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Grant Aviation, Inc. started in 1971 as Delta Air Services in Emmonak, Alaska. The name was changed to Grant Aviation in 1993. Since then Grant Aviation has grown considerably in size with base operations in Kenai, St. Mary's, Emmonak, Bethel, Dillingham and Anchorage.

Grant Aviation flies from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport to the Kenai Peninsula including Kenai and Homer. Grant also flies from Bethel, Emmonak, and Dillingham to areas within the Yukon - Kuskokwim Delta and Bristol Bay area. Grant has a fly easy policy which allows ticket changes at no additional charge, a generous baggage allowance, and friendly and customer service oriented ticket agents, ramp agents, and pilots.

Their friendly knowledgable staff will assist you in your travel plans from shopping in Bethel to Fishing in Homer and Kenai. If your plans include bear viewing they recommend Hallo Bay Bear Camp in the Katmai National Park. Shop in Homer at the many Art Galleries in this beautiful small town. Each Art Gallery in Homer Alaska is independently owned and feature artists from Alaska and other states.

Now averaging 20,000 flight hours a year, Grant maintains an operating fleet of 2 Cessna 172's, 12 Cessna 207's, 4 Piper PA-350 Navajo's, 4 Cessna Grand Caravans and 1 Beech King Air 200.


Grant Aviation, Inc.
United States


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