Bering Air’s fleet consists of 222 aircraft of the types Raytheon Beech 1900D, King Air, Cessna Caravan, Navajo, CASA Bulk and Cessna 207.
The airline Bering Air has been transferring passengers and goods within North America since 1979. The seat of the company is in Nome, Alaska.
Scheduled flights are operated to 32 cities and towns in West Alaska; charter flights operate to the whole of Alaska, Canada and to the Russian east. The airline’s hubs are in Nome, Kotzebue and Unalakleet. Destinations include Elim, Golovin, Tin City, White Mountain, Kiana and Point Hope.