Get acquainted with Kenai Fjords National Park with trips starting at 30 minutes. See glaciers, scout wildlife, get a bird's-eye view of the beauty that lies behind the mountains of Seward. Ask about our GLACIER LANDINGS and tours on the Harding Icefield!
With only a few roads and highways, an Air Taxi can help connect Alaska and get you to your next destination on time. Service to multiple locations including Anchorage, Homer and Talkeetna.
Ask about our Beach Landings!
Seward, Alaska is one of the most scenic locations in all of Alaska. Located in the mountainous shoreline off the Gulf of Alaska, Glaciers are just minutes away. Seward is a terrific destination with a wide variety of activities including fishing, hiking, kayaking, sight seeing and, of course, flying! Seward also has several great restaurants and places to stay, as well as some of the most scenic RV and tent camping. With abundant wildlife in all directions, visitors often see moose and countless eagles right from the airport! Come see what Seward is all about.
Bears, Mountain Goats, Sea Lions, Sea Otters and Seals; you never know what you might find in the Kenai Fjords National Park. Voted by National Geographic as the most reliable National Park for wildlife viewing, we will our best to get you closer to nature on your scenic flight.
The only way to see McCarty Fjord
Go farther, deeper in to the National Park and set your sights on the only way to see the entire National Park in one unforgettable trip. McCarty Fjord is nestled at the southern-most end of Kenai Fjords National Park and is often times too far away to see in one day from Seward. Spot the tallest mountain in the Park at 6,450 ft tall, just east of McCarty Glacier, and it is unnamed. Crowned by the Harding Icefield, you will have the chance to experience just how large this 700 square-mile icefield is. Add a glacier landing for the ultimate experience!
MEET YOUR PILOT
We are proud to announce new ownership of AA Seward Air Tours. Joey Smith is from Fairbanks, Alaska and has been flying in Alaska and the Seward area for numerous years. Joey is also an airplane mechanic and spends his winters servicing aircraft in the Fairbanks area. Joey fell in love with the Seward landscape many years ago and has dreamt of returning to fly the Seward skies ever since. He hopes to bring that passion with him on every flight. Whether it's wildlife or the spectacular scenery you're hoping to see, he'll make sure your wishes are listened to and met to the best of his ability.