Q: What is Regal Air’s cancelation policy?
A: Regal Air requires a deposit to hold a reservation. We consider the deposit non-refundable at the time of reservation; however, Regal Air will try to be flexible in the event of a cancellation. Cancellation with less than 2 weeks prior to the flight and the deposit is non-refundable. For flight seeing, bear viewing, and fishing trips, the deposit will be 100% of the tour cost. For a chartered airplane, the deposit needed to hold the reservation will be 50%. If you are not fairly certain that you will be able to attend your flight, Regal Air strongly recommends purchasing trip insurance.
Q: How early do I need to show up for my flight?
A: Flightseeing, Bear Viewing, Day fishing, and Seat fare- 30 minutes
A: Charters- 30 minutes
Q: What should I wear for Flightseeing, Bear Viewing, or Day Fishing?
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.
Q: How do I get from my hotel to Regal Air?
A: Regal Air provides a courtesy van pickup from most downtown and midtown hotels. If you have your own transportation please view our location map and directions at Location
Q: Will the flight be bumpy?
Q: What happens if the weather is bad?
Q: Do you have a place to store luggage while we are on our Regal Air adventure?
Q: Is it a guarantee I will see bears on my bear viewing trip?
Q: How much luggage can I bring if I am traveling on a seat fare?
Q: Do any of your tours offer glacier landings?
Q: How close can we safely get to the bears?
Q: What do I do with my fish when I get back to Anchorage?
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.
Q: Where can you take me for halibut fishing?
Q: How do I know if I need a fishing license?
A: If the angler is 16 years or older they require a fishing license. http://www.admin.adfg.state.ak.us/license/
Q: Is tipping standard?
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.