Fly Aleutian Air from Anchorage: the “strongest link in the chain”

In Alaska Travelgram by scott

A Saab 2000 on the apron in Dutch Harbor. Mt. Ballyhoo is in the background. It’s a glorious day to fly.

From its launch last November, Aleutian Airways is expanding: new planes, new routes and more flights from Anchorage to Dutch Harbor, Sand Point, Cold Bay and King Salmon. Book online:

All flights are operated using the 50-passenger Saab 2000. The plane is nick-named the “Aleutian Solution” because of its speed (400 mph) and spacious cabin. Nice legroom, too.

Friendly flight attendants on board for your safety in the spacious cabin of the Saab 2000.

Passengers on board may recognize some of the PenAir crew and aircraft—now operated by Aleutian Airways.

Snackage. #PuffinPower

THIS JUST IN: Anchorage residents and those who live in the Aleutian communities served by Aleutian Airways can sign up for “The Aleutian Club” at .  Use a residential address (no PO boxes) to get exclusive benefits: one free carry-on and a free checked bag up to 50 pounds.

Share this Post