Alaska flightseeing ranks very high on the must-do list for both visitors and locals in Alaska. And with breathtaking flightseeing excursions to Denali National Park and Mount McKinley, Prince William Sound, the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet, Iditarod Trail and more, we offer a whole new perspective on adventure.
Fly deep into Alaska wilderness to Redoubt Bay, Brooks River or Katmai National Park, Lake Clark National Park for observing North America’s largest carnivorous mammal – the Alaska brown bear. Bear viewing tours allow close proximity to bears feeding on salmon in a wild setting. It’s the ultimate vacation memory.
Fly to a secluded trout or salmon fishing hot spot with a 1-day or over night, guided or unguided, Alaska fishing charter. Overnight in a remote cabin or stay in a first class fishing lodge complete with bear viewing, cuisine feasts and very comfy accommodations. This is no ordinary charter.
National Park Trips
Explore Denali National Park or Lake Clark National Park by air and land. Fly out from Anchorage to Moraine Lake near the Ruth Glacier. Your experienced wilderness guide for your 4-day/3-night Denali hiking adventure will fly with you from Rust's. We also offer fly in 6-day/5-night guide rafting and hiking trips in the stunning Lake Clark National Park.
Alaska Flightseeing & Day Tours
Rust’s Flying Service is the premier operator of Alaska flightseeing tours and Alaska day tours in Anchorage, Alaska. Family-owned and operated since 1963, Rust’s has an unsurpassed safety record and an overwhelming enthusiasm for Alaska aviation. With an experienced crew of Alaska bush pilots and dependable fleet of Cessnas (including a Caravan on floats), deHavilland Beaver and Turbine Otter seaplanes, we are proud to offer Alaska flightseeing tours and Alaska day tours like bear viewing and fly-in fishing throughout Alaska.
Rust’s is based at Lake Hood Seaplane Base in Anchorage, Alaska, offering daily departures for Alaska flightseeing tours and Alaska day tours such as bear viewing, remote trout and salmon fishing trips, hunting trips, remote Alaska lodge experiences and more. Come fly with us!
Join Rust’s Flying Service in 2017 to
“Chase the Race”
...up the Iditarod Trail to the 7th checkpoint at Rainy Pass Lodge. We'll depart Anchorage, Monday, March 6, following the Willow re-start and pick up the trail near the Skwentna checkpoint and follow it as it climbs to Finger Lake, then up the Happy River Steps to the Rainy Pass Check Point at Puntilla Lake. See details