Bering Air

Bering Air, established in 1979, is a regional airline based in Nome, Alaska, serving the unique transportation needs of Western Alaska. It operates scheduled passenger, cargo, and charter flights, connecting remote communities and offering essential air services across the region.


Bering Air provides scheduled service to 29 cities in Western Alaska from its hubs in Nome, Kotzebue, and Unalakleet, covering a vital network of routes that link isolated communities with larger transportation hubs.


Details about the specific types of airplanes in Bering Air’s fleet are not readily available in the sources, but it operates a varied fleet suitable for the diverse and challenging Alaskan environment.


  • IATA: 8E

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