Arctic Circle Air

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Arctic Circle Air
ArtiucCircleAirLogo.JPG
IATA
5F
ICAO
CIR
Callsign
AIR ARCTIC
Founded 1973
Ceased operations 2010 (bought by Era Alaska)
Fleet size 8
Destinations 28
Headquarters Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
Website www.ArcticCircleAir.com

Arctic Circle Air is an American airline based in Fairbanks, Alaska, USA. It operates scheduled commuter services and charter flights to over 16 Alaskan communities. It was established and started operations in 1973. Its main base is Fairbanks International Airport.[1]

Acquisition Merger[edit]

In October 2009 Arctic Circle Air was acquired by the parent company of Frontier Alaska. At present Arctic Circle Air is being merged into the Era Alaska operation. Era Alaska is the renamed operation of Frontier Alaska now that it has been blended into the operating certificate of Era Aviation.

Fleet[edit]

Destinations[edit]

Arctic Circle Air operates services to the following domestic scheduled destinations (as of November 2009).

  1. Allakaket (AET) - Allakaket Airport
  2. Anaktuvuk Pass (AKP) - Anaktuvuk Pass Airport
  3. Arctic Village (ARC) - Arctic Village Airport
  4. Bettles (BTT) - Bettles Airport
  5. Chalkyitsik (CIK) - Chalkyitsik Airport
  6. Eagle (EAA) - Eagle Airport
  7. Fairbanks (FAI) - Fairbanks International Airport
  8. Fort Yukon (FYU) - Fort Yukon Airport
  9. Galena (GAL) - Edward G. Pitka Sr. Airport
  10. Hughes (HUS) - Hughes Airport
  11. Huslia (HSL) - Huslia Airport
  12. Kaltag (KAL) - Kaltag Airport
  13. Nulato (NUL) - Nulato Airport
  14. Rampart (RMP) - Rampart Airport
  15. Tanana (TAL) - Ralph M. Calhoun Memorial Airport
  16. Venetie (VEE) - Venetie Airport

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 76. 

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