Port Alice can be found off on the hundreds of islands found in the Alexander Archipelago in southern Alaska. Running alongside the west side of British Columbia, the Alexander Archipelago is made up of more than 1,100 islands in the Pacific Ocean. The islands shelter the Northern Passage, and the boats that travel along it, from ocean winds and waves. The islands each have unique terrain that juts up from depths of the ocean.
Port Alice is located south of Edna Bay, the only populated town on Kosciusko Island. The more densely populated Prince of Wales Island is to its east. Port Alice and Prince of Wales Island both have strong logging-related histories The Prince of Wales Island offers extensive outdoor activities such as fishing, mountain biking and kayaking.
A jet charter airport in Port Alice allows visitors to get close to their destination without need of transportation by boat. Business can be attended to in a timely manner starting from the time your charter flight takes off. A diverse aircraft selection offers a variety of interior and service-based options.
Air charter travel is a valuable tool when maximizing your time. A customized schedule starts your journey when and where you need it to go so that you can spend less time traveling, and more time at your final destination. Whether you’re traveling to explore the Alaskan wilderness or conduct high-level meetings, charter travel will get you there safely, efficiently, and on time.