Point to Point Transportation
We provide transportation to lakes, saltwater, or beaches for hiking, camping, bear viewing, photography, kayaking, hunting, fishing or other purposes.
Our services include but are not limited to the following areas:
If you are thinking of something other than what is listed here, please call or email us. We will be happy to talk it over with you.
We fly dozens of our local friends and guests to various parts of the vast wilderness surrounding Homer every year! Whether you are going after mountain goats, brown bears, moose, Dall sheep, ptarmigan, ducks, or black bears, let us get you and your gear there to set you up for achieving your goals! Year after year, we see successful hunts and are honored to be a part of your incredible experiences! If you would like to book a flight for next season give us a call or read more information on our fly-out hunting designated page linked below.
Do you have cabin-building materials, groceries, commercial fishing boat parts, or other items that need to be dropped off in remote parts of Alaska? For years, we have helped local friends by transporting various items or supplies! Our DHC-3 Otter has a useful load of 1900 lbs allowing us to carry some of the heaviest materials that you need. Our Cessna 206 on floats can provide a cheaper option to carry things like food or boat parts up to 700 lbs.
If you are not near the water, we also have a de Havilland Beaver on tundra tires that we provide the same service to land on beaches or runways carrying up to 1250 lbs. Call us for more information or if you have any questions!
For drop off and pick up charters in remote locations, we require that our guests bring some form of communications, i.e. a satellite phone and/or an InReach/DeLorme device. Please give the NWA agent your contact information at the time of check in. On the day of your pick up and within 1-2 hours of your scheduled time, please contact our office with details regarding your location’s weather, water conditions, beach, wind, and cloud conditions. Accuracy is critical. If it is reported the conditions are "good for pick up" but on arrival, conditions are found to be unsafe your group may be responsible for the expense of that flight. Please ask an agent for more details on how to give us an accurate and detailed weather report.