Fairbanks International Airport
907 687 5011
Flight Training in Fairbanks Alaska
Based on the East Ramp of Fairbanks International Airport, Kirst Aviation strives to provide an affordable, quality flight training experience. Personalized instruction is our specialty, and our instructor has over 17 years of teaching experience. Additionally, our planes are some of the only aircraft available for rental in the Fairbanks area. Fly classics such as the Ercoupe and Navion L17A to the modern Cessna 152 equipped with Garmin 430W. Kirst Aviations instructor has had bilingual, and English as a second language training. Foreign students welcome! Whether you live in Fairbanks and want to pursue your pilot’s license, or are a visiting pilot and would like to fly over the area, we hope you will consider Kirst Aviation for your Aircraft Rental and Instruction needs! Take an Introductory Discovery Flight today.
Your personal aircarrier. 3 passengers only ensures your trip is YOUR TRIP.
Air tours of Mount McKinley, Denali from Fairbanks International Airport, lunch in Talkeetna.
Northern lights flights from Fairbanks International.
Travel North of the Arctic Circle.
Local flight seeing tours.
Hotel pick up available in Fairbanks.
Custom tours to fit your needs, schedule and budget.
See Alaska from the sky not the road. Why drive to your air tour when you can fly.
P.O. box 73621
Fairbanks Alaska 99709
(907) 687 5011
Forest Kirst CFII
Kirst Aviation provides specialzed services to the Universities and science community. Flying with LiDAR, FLIR, Digital, SAR, Hyperspectral and multispectral cameras as well isotopes measuring equipment, carbon flux and methane sensors for customers we are your science connections for Arctic work. Our aircraft can be modified to meet your needs.
AVOID THE DRIVE
Charters to/from Fairbanks to Galbraith Airport only 10 miles from Toolik field station allow you to see and photograph your worksites and Alaska from the air.
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