Alaska Seaplanes


Why Alaska Seaplanes


People are the heart of our business. We empower team members to deliver a higher standard of service and we maintain a great reputation among both employees and customers.


Alaska Seaplanes is proud to deliver a way of life to several remote communities. We provide passengers with safe, reliable transport and carry essential supplies like groceries, medicine, and mail.


We “grow our own” and offer many advancement opportunities. For pilots, our fleet offers the chance to start in a Cessna 207 and progress to float planes and the Pilatus PC-12.

Deliver a way of life

  • 150 employees
  • 13 communities
  • 14 aircraft
  • 100 daily flights
  • 21 years flying
  • 2 million lbs. cargo
  • 6 float planes
  • 8 wheel planes
  • 360 days/year
  • 75 (K) passengers/yr

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Employee Benefits

Alaska Seaplanes offers a comprehensive employment package to full-time, permanent employees. If you’re a candidate for a pilot position or a position in operations, customer service, administration, management or another career, you’ll find that Seaplanes has a competitive array of both hard and soft employee benefits that promote work-life balance and overall on-the-job satisfaction. In addition to your standard perks, our company size and industry allow us to offer a unique work environment and compelling career growth opportunities.

Health and dental insurance
401k or 401roth with matching
Travel benefits
Paid time off and holidays
Competitive pay
Reasonable work schedules
Advancement opportunities
Route variety


We’re frequently searching for qualified candidates to fill open and new positions at Alaska Seaplanes. If you believe you’re a good fit for our company, please review the information below, search our job listings and apply.

ASP Pilots

We are currently accepting pilot applications. If you’re interested in joining the Alaska Seaplanes team, which operates multiple aircraft types as a Part-135 carrier, we welcome you to review our minimum qualifications and submit an application:

  • FAA commercial pilots license or ATP with instrument rating
  • Current medical certificate
  • 500 hours (VFR PIC) or 1000 hours (IFR PIC) total aircraft time
  • 25 hours of night flying (VFR PIC) or 100 hours of night flying (IFR PIC)
  • Preference goes to candidates with Alaska-specific flight time, PICs that meet IFR mins, and those with experience in the equipment we currently operate (such as a PC-12, C206, C207, C208, DHC-2, or PA31-350)
All Job Openings
All Positions

For all job positions at Alaska Seaplanes, we are looking for strong candidates that have the following qualities in addition to the noted qualifications in our job descriptions:

  • Proactive attitude towards safety
  • Reliable and hardworking
  • Flexible, can wear many hats
  • Resourceful and innovative
  • Personable
  • Works well in a close team environment
  • Agile, quick to adapt
  • Self-motivated
  • Thrives in a fast-paced workplace

If you're ready to apply, please follow the link below to see job openings and fill out an application form.

Review our job listings

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