Tokeen was once a busy mining area with the Vermont Marble Company carving out large deposits at the beginning of the twentieth century. They named the light-colored marble that dominated the area after the town itself. The marble was shipped nationwide, and is still found in notable buildings such as state capitols.
While the area no longer functions as a marble quarry, a jet charter airport in Tokeen gives visitors access to a remote area of the Alexander Archipelago.
The neighboring Prince of Wales Island gives visitors to the area access to mountain biking trails, a wide cave system and beaches. Nearby northern British Columbia, Canada, is densely forested, including the Great Bear Rainforest.
Charter travel is ideal for communities like Tokeen. With no regularly scheduled flights in or out of the area, charter travel lets visitors reach their destination with ease and on time. Tailor your schedule to your needs in the area, whether they be for business or personal reasons. Flight advisors can assist with choosing the right aircraft for your travel needs.
Charter jet travel services don’t need to start or end when you get on or off the plane. Ground transportation and hotel bookings can also be made as part of your service. With available customizable inflight catering, aircraft types and medical services, each charter travel experience is one of a kind, created for each traveler’s personalized requirements.