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Scammon Bay Airport Private Jet Charter Flights and Air Charter Service

Sitting at the base of the Askinuk Mountains less than a mile from the mouth of the Kun River lies Scammon Bay, Alaska. This small village was named after the Chief of Marine of the Western Union Telegraph Expedition, Charles Scammon, who later went on to discover the grey whale nursery lagoons on the Baja Peninsula. However, his discovery led to the near extinction of these majestic creatures by commercial whalers. 

Scammon Bay was formally incorporated in 1967, and as of 2000, less than 500 residents call this area home. Visitors flying to the jet charter airport in Scammon Bay are typically only in the region for a short time as it’s not typically capable of hosting tourists. This airport is typically treated as a springboard for exploring other Alaskan communities. 

The Scammon Bay Airport stretches across 103 acres and sits at just 14 feet above sea level. The runway is just 3,000-feet long and the surface is covered in gravel. These conditions limit the aircraft able to safely land at this airport; however, there are several smaller aircraft available for charter that can. There is also a seaplane landing area here that caters to turboprops equipped with floats. 

When you book with Stratos, we’ll help you determine which aircraft can utilize this airport. Once a suitable aircraft is identified, our Trip Support team will get to work making sure the aircraft meets our rigorous safety requirements. They can also help you book fishing charters, ground transportation, and anything else you need to make your trip to Scammon Bay a success. 

Aircraft Available At Scammon Bay Airport

The aircraft below are operated by Part 135 Air Carriers based at Scammon Bay, and have been screened through Stratos Jets Approved Vendor Program to ensure safety. Please contact us at (888) 593-9066 for a quote on a charter flight from Scammon Bay.

Socata TBM 850

Socata TBM 850 Charter Flight Information Given its maximum cruising speed of 368 mph, you’d think the Socata TBM 850 was a light jet.

Seats
5
Speed
368 mph
Range
1191
Price (per hour)
$2,340-$5,070

Eclipse 500

Eclipse 500 Jet Charter Revolutionary for its time, the Eclipse 500 is a private plane that sets the standard in the very light jet class.

Seats
4
Speed
425 mph
Range
1295
Price (per hour)
$3,575-$4,420

Citation Ultra

Citation Ultra Jet Charter The Citation Ultra is the perfect private plane rental for discerning business executives wanting to fly in style and comfort.

Seats
7
Speed
490 mph
Range
1753
Price (per hour)
$3,770-$6,175

Citation VII

Citation VII Jet Charter Citation VII luxury jets provide proven all-around performance in the mid-size charter jet class.

Seats
7
Speed
507 mph
Range
1823
Price (per hour)

Citation Sovereign

Citation Sovereign Jet Charters The Citation Sovereign business jet by Cessna offers class-leading cabin space to give business travelers an enjoyable air travel experience.

Seats
8
Speed
513 mph
Range
3667
Price (per hour)
$7,670-$12,025

Falcon 2000

The Falcon 2000 business jet offers executive travelers the spaciousness of a heavy jet with the nimbleness and fuel usage of a much smaller aircraft.

Seats
8
Speed
560 mph
Range
3855
Price (per hour)
Call for Pricing

Runway Information for Scammon Bay Airport

The Scammon Bay Airport has multiple runways. To arrange a private jet charter flight at Scammon Bay contact Stratos Jet Charters at (888) 593-9066

ID Length Width Surface Condition Elevation
04W/22W10000500OtherExcelent0
10/28300075OtherGood9

Hourly rates for private jets in Scammon Bay

To arrange an air charter flight from Scammon Bay, call (888) 593-9066

  • Turbo-Props: 1800-3900/hr
  • Light Jets 2900-4750/hr
  • Mid-Size Jets 4800-6750/hr
  • Heavy Jets Call for Pricing
  • Airliners Call for Pricing

Other Private Jet Charter Airports near Scammon Bay

  • Type: AIRPORT
  • Airport FAA Code:SCM
  • State: Alaska
  • City: Scammon Bay
  • Owned By: State Of Ak Dot/pf Cent Reg
  • Address: Po Box 196900 Anchorage, Ak 99519-6900
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