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Let's Go Flying!


Beryl Air is named after Beryl Markham, the first Aviatrix to cross the Atlantic from East to West, against the prevailing winds. In her spirit for Challenge and Adventure, we continue to fly small airplanes in undeveloped places.

We provide transport to beautiful and remote parts of Alaska. Whether flying fisherman, visiting bears, hauling supplies, or being a part of an amazing holiday, we love getting to know peoples’ stories about the Alaskan Bush and being a part of them.

Our office and docks are located on the shores of Beluga Lake at the Homer Seaplane Base.

We operate two Cessna 206 Floatplanes and each is held to the highest maintenance standards.

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Stephanie Greer
Director of Operations, Chief Pilot 

Originally from Minnesota, Steph has lived and traveled all over the world. She came to Alaska to work in a gold mine and stayed to fly small planes. With thousands of hours flying in Alaska and in floatplanes, she has an outstanding safety record. Steph lives in Homer, AK year-round with her family, when she is not adventuring somewhere else. She loves to read, hike, ski, hunt, and travel.

a man standing in front of a planeHenry Freund

Originally from Kansas, Henry moved to Alaska to fly small airplanes in the summer. The rest of the year he attends Colorado State University in the pursuit of a secondary education. Henry enjoys flying, fishing, boating, and biking. He is an active flight instructor and loves sharing aviation with others.

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Nina Cunningham
Office Manager

Originally from San Diego, Nina left her conventional lifestyle behind and began traveling with her family and working from the road. She now spends her summers in Alaska and winters wherever the wind blows. She loves helping guests create the perfect adventure and planning her own.

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Linda Skelton

Linda grew up in a fourth-generation family from Colorado Springs. Two days after graduating from UCCS she followed family to Homer for a “summer job” & as many say “never left”. Alaska is the best of all worlds: mountains & ocean. Still working in the tourism industry, after 40 years she still enjoys meeting folks here at the end of the road. Sharing stories of adventures and some of the amazing things Alaska has to offer.

“There is only one road to Homer … But everybody gets here on a different path.”