Grant Aviation celebrated 40 years of reliable service in 2011, starting operations in 1971!
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Get to Know Grant
Grant Aviation, an Alaskan-owned and operated airline and air taxi, was established in 1971 as Delta Air Services in Emmonak, Alaska. Our company name was changed to Grant Aviation in 1993. Since then, Grant Aviation has grown considerably in size. Today, we have base operations in Anchorage, Kenai, Emmonak, Bethel, Cold Bay, Dillingham, Dutch Harbor and King Salmon and serve more than 100 communities throughout Alaska.
In addition to convenient daily flights between Anchorage and Kenai our experienced pilots also transport passengers to communities throughout the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Aluetians and Bristol Bay area.
At Grant Aviation, it is our goal to make your travels safe, easy and comfortable. That's why we are proud to offer our Fly Easy Promise, which guarantees the most competitive fares, generous baggage allowance, free ticketing changes, no advance reservations requirements, and fully transferable tickets.
In addition to our scheduled flights, we also offer charter flights and cargo services throughout Alaska to meet your specific needs.
Averaging 20,000 flight hours a year, Grant maintains an operating fleet including Cessna 207s, Piper PA-31-350 Navajos, Cessna Grand Caravans and Beech King Air 200s. We are the proud recipient of several Accident Free awards from the Alaska Air Carrier's Association.
About our Logo
In October of 1994, a Native owl mask was given to Grant Aviation to show appreciation for numerous life saving efforts in the villages of the Yukon River Delta near Emmonak. Back then there was not an air ambulance or medevac service set up like it is today. The villagers used to call Grant for medevac services all hours of the day and often in the middle of the night. Grant would transport patients so that they could receive emergency medical care. The village of Emmonak gave a Native owl mask to Grant Aviation to show their appreciation for the lives saved. Later this mask became our company logo. Today Grant Aviation provides air ambulance services in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Region.
Committed to Safety
Grant Aviation is an active member of the Medallion Foundation. The Medallion Foundation is a non-profit organization promoting aviation safety through systems enhancements by providing management resources, training, and support to the aviation community. Grant Aviation has three safety programs in place: CFIT Avoidance, Operational Control and a Safety Program.
The CFIT Avoidance program encompasses an effective pilot training program and company policies and procedures that emphasize recognition and operation in flat-light, white-out and deteriorating visibility weather conditions.
The focus of Operational Control program establishes an effective flight operations management system that considers all hazards and associated risks and requires shared decisions for dispatching all flights with appropriate management involvement as risk levels increase.
The Safety Program includes practical and effective safety policies and procedures by implementation of a company-wide safety program with commitment from top management, including a non-punitive and anonymous safety reporting system, an emergency response plan, a safety committee, and a viable safety information collection and distribution system.