Arctic Transportation is an American cargo airline. This airline is also called only cargo service. The airline has flight operational locations and destinations in more than 70 villages and towns of Bush Alaska. Arctic Transportation serves in following areas of Alaska.
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These are the major destinations and locations where this airline is working efficiently.
Arctic Transportation was recognized in 1953.Â In the same year this famous airline got the status of chartered airline in alaska. In 1960s, this airline company started a great service. It was the handling USPS mail deliverance and movement of school teachers. This job was done for the BIA â€œBureau of Indian Affairs.â€ The Yukon River communities were given special attention by this service.
In the late 1980s, the Arctic Transportation company extended the circle of services outside the Norton Sound. Beech 1900s and new Beech 99s the airline got more attention. In 1987 the Arctic Transportation got its status as a largest airline in the Alaska. It started to serve in more than 85 cities, towns and villages. A total of 28 planes were included in the fleet system. This was the excellent start of Arctic Transportation in the Norton Sound and Alaska.
In the 1990 Arctic Transportation added 212 cargo planes CASA to its fleet system for the cargo services. They changed the name in 2010 and its new name was decided â€œRyan airline services. With the passage of time this airline started to travel with the passengers. In 2010, Arctic Transportation began the commercial flights in few cities. However, this airline is providing travel and cargo services in over 28 areas of Alaska including the cities, villages and towns with great pace and system.
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