The Cessna 207 is the ubiquitous work-horse of Alaska. Great cargo capacity matched with good short-strip capabilities and modest cruise speed, the Cessna 207 is one of the most popular bush aircraft in the state.
Tanana Air Service has the fleet to suit your needs. Our aircraft can be easily configured for passengers, cargo, or both.
The Cessna 185 is our main off-airport, rough strip aircraft. With excellent short takeoff and landing capabilities and rugged landing gear, the 185 can handle gravel bars and short mountain airstrips with ease. During the winter months, skis allow us to use almost any open snow-covered field, as well as frozen lakes and rivers.
The Cessna 182 is our economical hauler. With lower fuel burn and long-range fuel tanks, the 182 can take up to 3 passengers in comfort over 750 miles without refueling. The 182 also has great short-field and modest load-hauling capablities. 4-place intercom makes this aircraft great for flightseeing tours.
The Lance is great for long-distance flights when time is of the essence. Retractable landing gear gives this aircraft a higher cruising speed than our other single-engine aircraft, however, it also restricts the Lance to airports with longer, improved runways.
The Navajo is our largest aircraft. We can take up to 9 passengers or 2,000 pounds of cargo across the state when weather conditions ground smaller, single-engine aircraft. Twin-engines also gives this aircraft its high cruise speed, so you'll get there quicker.