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Our main office is located at the Juneau International
Airport Terminal in Juneau, Alaska:

Alaska Seaplane Service, LLC (Click for map)
1873 Shell Simmons Drive, Suite 110
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: +1 907-789-3331
Fax: +1 907-463-4453

We also have offices at several of our destinations:

Angoon office (Click for map)
Phone: +1 907-788-3530
Tenakee Springs office (Click for map)
Phone: +1 907-736-2247
Pelican office (Click for map)
Phone: +1 907-735-2244

Employment Opportunities

Alaska Seaplane Service does not currently have any job openings.

Alaska Seaplane Service Under New Ownership

April 28, 2011 - Press Release

The ownership of Alaska Seaplane Service (also known as "Alaska Seaplanes") has changed hands.  As of March 31, 2011, founders Craig and Aral Loken sold their interests in the company to former Wings of Alaska managers Mike Stedman and Kent Craford.

Alaska Seaplane Service operates scheduled flights from Juneau International Airport to the communities of Angoon, Tenakee Springs, Pelican and Elfin Cove with straight float and amphibious aircraft.  The company carries passengers, freight, US mail and UPS shipments to and from all four destinations and also offers charter flights throughout Southeast.

Alaska Seaplane Service was founded in 1997 by Craig and Aral Loken after they sold their previous company, Loken Aviation.   Both were previously with Channel Flying, the pioneering aviation business founded by Craig's father, Ken Loken.

The new owners plan to continue current operations of Alaska Seaplane Service for the foreseeable future. Mike Stedman, who will assume the role of Director of Operations, says "Craig and Aral have built a great business with a very solid team.  We're excited to build on that foundation and look forward to working with our employees and customers to grow and improve our service even further."

Stedman was the former President and and long-time Director of Operations for Juneau-based Wings of Alaska.  He is also a shareholder in Wings Airways, the employee-owned tour operator which was spun off of Wings of Alaska in 2002.  He currently serves as the President-elect of the Alaska Air Carriers Association Board of Directors and also serves on Governor Parnell's Aviation Advisory Board. Stedman was one of the early promoters of Alaska's Medallion Foundation safety program and led both Wings of Alaska and Wings Airways to become two of the first Part 135 airlines in the state to achieve the Medallion "Shield" status.  He will be joining the board of the Medallion Foundation this year.

Kent Craford was the founding President and CEO of SeaPort Airlines, the sister company of Wings of Alaska.  Craford pioneered the concept of business commuter service outside of TSA jurisdiction with a route between Portland, Oregon and Seattle's Boeing Field.  Craford left SeaPort/Wings of Alaska in November 2009.  Stedman left the company in early 2010.

Alaska Seaplane Service operates three DeHavilland Beaver aircraft and one Cessna 180, and utilizes Capstone technology; a significant safety tool allowing the pilots to fly using a moving GPS map, continually depicting the plane's proximity to terrain, weather and other aircraft.  The company employs 25 people and operates year-round.  

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