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Set up in 32 years back in Juneau, AK, the company was previously recognized as Wings of Alaska, and it used to operate flights just in southeast Alaska.
com Phone: 907-789-9150 Fax: 907-789-7002 Wings of Alaska Rob McKinney, Pres.
SeaPort's sister airline, Wings of Alaska, operates daily scheduled service between Juneau, Alaska and six outlying communities.
Clough is a commercial pilot for Wings of Alaska in Juneau and a former deputy commissioner of the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development.
He also has held a variety of positions in the air transport industry, including a stint as a pilot for Wings of Alaska.
People arrive to and depart from Glacier Bay Lodge by air (20-25 minutes) from Junean, Haines or Skagway daily via (depending on departure location) Alaska Airlines, Air Excursions, Fjord Air, Skagway Air and Wings of Alaska, or aboard a ferry (three hours) that runs each Friday and Sunday from Juneau.
Wings of Alaska provides charter and scheduled passenger service in Southeast, while Bering Air serves a variety of Bush communities, in addition to providing charter service to the Russian Far East.
For example, a round-trip ticket from Skagway to Juneau on Wings of Alaska Airlines (45-minute ride) is $210 at press time, and a ferry ticket is $100.