Grant Aviation Reviews

The Alaska-based regional airline was founded in 1971 but was initially known as Delta Air Services in Emmonak. This was changed in 1993 with its current name. The new owners of Grant Aviation since 2004 are Bruce McGlasson and Mark “Woody” Richardson. The regional airline that operates flights to over 100 destinations in Alaska with a fleet of small propeller-driven airplanes includes the following:
(3) Beech BE-200, (5) Cessna 207, (10) Cessna 208, (4) Piper PA-31 Navajo, and (3) GippsAero GA8 Airvan.
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Flying with Grant Aviation

pageAt Grant Aviation, it is their goal to make travel safe, easy, and comfortable. They offer competitive fares, a generous baggage allowance, free ticketing changes, and fully transferable tickets. That’s how they roll. For their philosophy, they believe that air travel isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity. Safety first, as they aim for every passenger flying with them. Grant Aviation is an active member of the Medallion Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes aviation safety by providing management resources, training, and support to the aviation community

The fleet are composed of aircraft able to carry around 6-9 passengers. Children under 2 are free to fly but in an adult’s companion lap.

Passengers are allowed to carry up to 100 lbs of baggage per person free of charge. Additional luggage will be charged.
Grant Aviation Reviews-aircraftWhat about animals or pets? In keeping with ADA regulations, Grant Aviation makes every effort to accommodate service animals. However, their planes do not have a separation between the cockpit and the cabin, and loose animals can be a threat to the safety of the flight. Pets need to be in kennels, and travelling with them is not free. It costs $30/RT (applies to ENA/ANC only).

Regarding refunds and ticket changes, all tickets are valid for use only on flights operated by Grant Aviation. Tickets are valid for 1 year from the date of purchase. No refunds will be issued after 90 days from the date of purchase. Flight changes are permitted free of charge. Tickets can be transferred between passengers.
Grant Aviation Reviews-servicesLike other airlines, Grant Aviation has a loyalty program called “Quyana Rewards” wherein frequent flyers can earn points they call as “segment” in each flight. Members can redeem a free one-way ticket for every 5 segments and a round trip for 10 segments, anywhere Grant Aviation flies. Another good thing about their reward system is it never expires. Signing up for this program is free.

logoHow To Reach Them?

  • Website URL:                http://www.flygrant.com/
  • Contact Number:           888-Fly-Grant (888-359-4726) / 907-248-7025
  • Contact Email:              wecare@flygrant.com
  • Head Office Address:    4451 Aircraft Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99502

Overview

Though, Grant Aviation is one of the airlines that doesn’t have much feedback shown online. However, after looking further, we found some on Yelp. According to 3 Grant Aviation reviews, the airline is one of the trusted air carriers you should fly with. The most recent even said:

“I choose Grant at every opportunity. The staff is friendly at all levels, they know how to keep a schedule and their aircraft are operationally sound. If you fly local much you’ll appreciate their on-time performance and ease of interaction. I’d fly with them anywhere.”

 

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1 COMMENT

  1. This is a company struggling to survive. They don’t fix their planes when they go in for Maintance so they are broken when it’s time to make money. Pay checks bounce, they don’t pay the fuel bill so there is no fuel for the planes.

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