About Everts

Tatonduk Outfitters Limited is the parent corporation for Everts Air Alaska and Everts Air Cargo, owned and operated by Robert W. Everts. Everts Air Alaska was formerly known as Tatonduk Flying Service, which was established in 1978 in the village of Eagle. Today, Everts Air Alaska is a Part 135 airline based in Fairbanks, providing cargo and passenger service to interior Alaska.

Everts Air Cargo is the sister company to Everts Air Alaska and was formed in 1995 as a 121 Certificated Cargo Airline. Everts Air Cargo is headquartered in Fairbanks, which serves as the primary base for maintenance, administration and charter operations. Scheduled flights are primarily operated out of Anchorage, where mail and the majority of freight are received, and Fairbanks. 

Everts Air Cargo specializes in serving the unique needs of our customers who reside in the larger Alaskan cities as well as the small villages. Everts provides scheduled freight service to 10 major hubs in Alaska, including Nome, Kotzebue, Unalakleet, Aniak, Bethel, Dillingham, King Salmon, Galena, Barrow, and seasonal service to Deadhorse.  For customers in more remote locations, Everts offers charter and flag stop services to any city or village where suitable runway conditions exist. 

Everts Air Cargo also provides On Demand Charter Service utilizing MD-80 aircraft with operations throughout the USA, Mexico, Caribbean Islands and Canada.

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Everts Air's primary business is transporting freight and mail, including the movement of oversized freight, hazardous materials, small packages, and most anything else that fits through the cargo door. Everts Air Cargo employees and pilots are experts in loading and transporting the supplies that build and support Alaska. 

The company’s aircraft include the well known vintage C-46 and DC-6 aircraft, which are especially well-suited to the many shorter, unimproved gravel and ice runways in Alaska. The Everts Air Cargo fleet consists of one C-46, four DC-6, and six MD-80 aircraft. Click here for aircraft specifications.