Anchorage Helicopters is conveniently located on the south side of Ted Stevens International Airport. With a variety of single and twin-engine aircrafts available, we are uniquely equipped to mobilize and support operations anywhere across the state of Alaska. Whether it’s offshore transport on the Kenai Peninsula, firefighting in the interior lands, crew transport to a remote communication site, or a local Knik glacier flightseeing tour, your helicopter support begins in Anchorage.
Oil & Gas
Anchorage Helicopters has long partnered with Alaska’s oil and gas industry to provide experienced helicopter support both on and off shore. We have decades of experience providing service in the Cook Inlet and North Slope oil and gas fields both on and off shore. They are all efficiently serviced out of our Anchorage maintenance hub.
Emergency Medical Services
Anchorage Helicopters provides long-term Anchorage-based solutions upon request.
Anchorage Helicopters has a long history of utility helicopter support in Alaska, dating back to 1948 when Carl Brady first started surveying the vast lands of Alaska. Today, Anchorage based crews specialize in fire suppression and prevention, and provide safe access to remote sites across the state including Lake Clark, Prince William Sound and up into the interior lands of Talkeetna, Denali and Fairbanks. We have serviced agencies including the FAA, BLM, State of Alaska, UAF, Aleyska Pipeline, and numerous engineering and exploration firms over the last several decades.
Leasing of Alaska fleet available. Please contact us for more information.
Anchorage Helicopters currently supports our Alaska fleet of AS350-B2, BH212 & EC145 aircraft.
Unmanned Aerial Solutions
Let Anchorage Helicopters’ Unmanned Aerial Solutions support your next Cook Inlet pipeline survey, image and survey your arctic facilities or map your next remote engineering project.
Single engine, multi-mission workhorse known for its outstanding performance. Ideal for utility, tours, basic crew transport.View Aircraft
Classic twin engine Alaska workhorse.View Aircraft
Hours of Operation & Contact
Mandy Nelson – 801-718-2847 or email@example.com
Feel Like a Local
Anchorage Helicopters is conveniently located to several must-see attractions such as Carl Brady’s helicopter at the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum on Lake Hood. Visitors can also watch Ted Stevens airport arrivals from Kincaid Park or visit Lake Hood SeaPlane Base, the busiest seaplane base in the world.