What is Regal Air’s cancelation policy?
How early do I need to show up for my flight?
What should I wear for Flightseeing, Bear Viewing, or Day Fishing?
How do I get from my hotel to Regal Air?
What happens if the weather is bad?
Do you have a place to store luggage while we are on our Regal Air adventure?
Is it a guarantee I will see bears on my bear viewing trip?
How much luggage can I bring if I am traveling on a seat fare?
Do any of your tours offer glacier landings?
How close can we safely get to the bears?
What do I do with my fish when I get back to Anchorage?
Where can you take me for halibut fishing?
How do I know if I need a fishing license?
A: For your convenience and ours, our cancellation policy is very simple and straight forward.
Cancellation with less 14 days or less prior to the flight and the deposit is completely non-refundable. If you are not fairly certain you will be able to attend your flight, Regal Air strongly recommends purchasing trip insurance.
A 100% refund will be issued to customers whose flights are cancelled due to weather or on Regal Air’s behalf.
A: Flightseeing, Bear Viewing, Day fishing, and Seat fare- 30 minutes
A: Charters- 30 minutes
A: Flightseeing- A light jacket or sweatshirt.
A: Flightseeing in the Winter- Hat, gloves, winter boots, and parka; the airplane does have a heater, but it still gets a little chilly sometimes.
A: Bear Viewing – Layers starting with a waterproof shell, long pants, and good walking shoes with closed toes.
A: Day Fishing- Layers starting with a waterproof shell, any special fishing gear you might want to bring, but don’t worry, if you have no gear the lodge has all the gear you will need, including waders.
A: You will need to organize transportation for your tour with Regal Air. Uber or Yellow Cab are great options. Most areas of Anchorage can be serviced for less than $20.
A: there is a chance that you might encounter turbulence, and in the event that you might get air sick we provide sick sacks in the airplanes.
A: If we decide the weather is not going to cooperate, we will then either try and work you in the schedule for the next day, or give you a full refund.
A: We have a storage shed here at the office that is locked every night for customer use, also with limited freezer space for short term food storage.
A: It is never a guarantee to see bears, they are wild animals, but we have about a 95% sighting rate, and have had sightings in upwards of 20 bear sightings.
A: Your are allowed up to 70 pounds of gear per person on a seat fare, anything more than 70 lbs is $.50 per pound.
A: We do not offer glacier landings, but some of our tours land on the water that the glacier rests in.
A: You can usually get within 75 yards of the animals.
A: There are a couple of fish and game processing plants here in Anchorage http://www.alaskasausage.com/ and http://www.trapperscreek.com/ this is a good way to make sure your fish is being taken care of, and will be nice and frozen when it gets to your home. The price will range from $1.70 per pound to $7.00 per pound, depending on how you would like it processed.
A: We can fly you to Seward, Whittier, Homer, or several different lodges in Prince William Sound.
A: If the angler is 16 years or older they require a fishing license. http://www.admin.adfg.state.ak.us/license/
A: While tipping is certainly not mandatory, it sure is appreciated! The Industry standard for gratuity is usually in the range of 5 to 15 percent.