Mission: Charter and Tourism


Grant Aviation, an Alaskan-owned and operated airline, was established in 1971. Grant is committed to providing safe, reliable, and comfortable air travel for all of their customers, no matter where they live. Most of the communities served don’t have roads out of town, so flights are critical for delivery of mail, food, medicine, health care, and transportation.

Grant has base operations in Anchorage, Bethel, Cold Bay, Dillingham, Dutch Harbor/Unalaska, Emmonak, Kenai, and King Salmon, and serves communities throughout the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, the Aleutians, and Bristol Bay. In addition to scheduled flights, Grant also offers charter flights and cargo services.


Easily seat seven, forward-facing, adult-sized passengers with baggage. Surround them with panoramic vistas and pamper them in a quiet and comfortable cabin. They’ll appreciate how easy it is to board, load, and unload through the double-wide door, but don’t be surprised if they are too busy relaxing and enjoying themselves to realize that they’re in one of the safest utility aircraft in this class.

When their destination is remote and out of the way, Airvan’s STOL (short take-off and landing) capabilities for short bush airstrips are ideal for the rugged terrain.

Easy and efficient with low fuel consumption rates and simple maintenance solutions, Airvan makes an excellent aircraft for your private charter fleet. Boost your budget and keep your customers coming back.

Familiar three-point seat belts, sturdy hand grips, a center aisle, and an easily retractable foot ladder provide accessibility and comfort.

Easily stow coolers, gear, luggage, and with an optional cargo pod with shock-absorbent lining, even flammable and dangerous items.

A panoramic, bubble-shaped window for each passenger makes the ride every bit as enjoyable as the destination.