We at Bering Air are concerned with the coronavirus (COVID-19), which poses a worldwide health emergency. The health and safety of our employees, customers and the communities we serve is our number one priority. As the situation continues to evolve, we’re closely following the most up-to-date guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We are listening to our communities, the state of Alaska and the federal government on travel policies and procedures.
State travel restrictions are in place. Travel to communities off the road system and marine highways within Alaska is still restricted to Essential travel. Please review the latest Health Mandates from the State of Alaska
Travel authorizations may be required at check-in. Many of the communities that Bering Air serves have enacted their own travel restrictions and may require authorization to enter. Please check with local leadership at your destination before making reservations.
Masks/Face coverings are now required while onboard any of our aircraft as well as inside our lobbies. Please bring your own mask, bandana, scarf, or other form of nose and mouth covering. If you do not have one, we can provide one while supplies last.
Refunds and change fees are waived on all tickets purchased before July 1, 2020.
Online booking has been temporarily suspended. Please call our offices in Nome, Kotzebue or Unalakleet to manage your travel. Local and toll free numbers can be found here
Our flight schedule has resumed twice-a-day service to most communities. See our current schedules here
Hours of Operation for Nome, Kotzebue, and Unalakleet stations can be found here
Increased cleaning at our hub stations has been implemented. We have rearranged our seating area to help you maintain social separation between you and your fellow passengers. The coffee pots have been removed, and facilities and aircraft are receiving extra cleaning. When departing on a flight, we ask that only ticketed passengers remain in our customer service area.
Employees are asked to monitor their personal health with two temperature checks daily and required to stay home when sick.