CLOSED FOR 2023
WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT SKYDANCE IS NOT OPERATING SUMMER OF 2023. MANY FACTORS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THIS HARD DECISION.
ALL IS GOOD THOUGH SO PLEASE ENJOY SOME OF THE PHOTOS FROM OUR TRIPS OVER THE LAST 7 YEARS AND CONTACT ONE OF THE OTHER GREAT CHARTER / FLIGHT TOUR COMPANIES IN ANCHORAGE
Project Support anywhere in Alaska, Canada and the Lower 48 States
Multi-day in the Field Support
PAST SUPPORTED PROJECTS:
CH2MHIll Polar Services
BUREA OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
PLEASE REACH OUT TO US TO SEE HOW BEST WE CAN SUPPORT YOUR PROJECT
Come on an adventure of a lifetime in a four-seat float plane! Your pilot is Scott Amy, an Anchorage resident flying all types of aircraft in Alaska for the last 20 years. Scott has thousands of hours of flight time in Alaska, and is a trained photographer so he has a keen eye for the gorgeous vistas and once-in-a-lifetime shots that you can capture and take home to remind you of your trip to the 49th state! Scott’s bright yellow Cessna 185 comes equipped with amphibious floats in the Summer time, which means that he can take off and land on either water or land!
Flightseeing tours are by appointment only, and can depart from Lake Hood, Girdwood, or other airports and lakes around Southcentral Alaska.
EVERYONE GETS A SHORT PHOTOGRAPHY LESSON ON HOW TO FILM BEST FROM THE AIRPLANE.
Learn More About Our Anchorage Flightseeing Tours
Come Check out photos from our adventures of a lifetime. Feel free to share your photos with us by tagging us @skydancealaska
All my degrees are in Art, Film, and Photography. I really enjoy sharing both and know that it benefits all of us to help you my customers on tours get the best images and videos possible so you may share with friends and family and also make a post back on one of our many social media accounts.
BEAR VIEWING - May 15th - June 2
This is a great time to take a bush plane down the Cook Inlet and land on beaches and watch bears fish and clam and train their young to survive.
Please watch the National Park Video here before Bear Viewing in Lake Clark NP.