Yakutat Coastal Airlines, is FAA, O.A.S, Point-to-Point & Special Use, part 135 Air Carrier. Carded and Certified.
Yakutat Coastal Airlines, Operates some the best Bush Planes ever built. We have 2, DeHavilland Turbine Otters and a Helio Courier H-295. All are equipped with Tundra Tires and state of the art navigational technology.
Owner, Hans Munich has been flying wheeled and float planes since 1987. His 27 years flying experience has taken him from the Alaskan Bush to the tip of the Baja and thousands of places in between. Hans’ passion his aircraft and the flying is apparent, when you see how meticulously they have been cared for.
Yakutat Coastal Airlines is located in the GREY building, just 2 doors down from the Alaska Airlines Terminal. When you arrive in Yakutat, you can just walk on over or we will gladly pick you and your baggage up.
Please give us a call (907) 784-3831. We will help plan your adventure to some of the most scenic places in the world. World Class fishing and Scenic flights to the Hubbard Glacier and beyond are just a few of the amazing experiences that await you on the beautiful Lost Coast of South East Alaska, Yakutat.
Now Flying From Yakutat, Haines and Skagway Alaska.
Yakutat Coastal Airlines is proud to announce that we have charter and flight seeing tours to Glacier Bay on our turbine Otter based in Haines and Skagway Alaska. We also continue to offer full service from our base in Yakutat.
YCA's main business is providing air service to and from various locations along the gulf coast. These locations include:
- Akwe River
- Alsek River
- Cape Yakataga
- Doame River
- Dry Bay
- East Alsek River
- Esker Creek
- Icy Bay
- Italio Rivers, New, Middle and Old
- Mamby/Spoon Rivers
- Middle Situk River
- Tanis Mesa
- Tsiu River
- Yana River
Give Yakutat Coastal Airline a call at (907) 784-3831 if you are looking to travel by private air charter to the Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska, Hubbard Glacier, Lituya Bay, Icy Bay, Situk River, Alsek River, Tatshenshini River, Tsiu River, Italio River or the Yana River.