About Warbelow's Air Ventures
Warbelow's Air Ventures is a domestic airline based in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States. Warbelow's Air Ventures was founded in 1958 and has its base at Fairbanks International Airport, from which it flies throughout interior (domestic and regional) Alaska. The airline provides a number of services including scheduled passenger, charter, and tour services, as well as scenic flight tours.
Warbelow's Air Ventures Classes
There is only one class fare on-board the aircraft, which is standard seating. The airline’s Chieftain aircraft are reconfigured to comfortably seat passengers.
Warbelow's Air Ventures: Popular Destinations & Hubs
The airline flies domestically within Alaska, flying from Fairbanks to towns and villages including generally located in the Tanana and Yukon River valleys, including Central, Circle, Mint.
Hub: Fairbanks International Airport
Warbelow's Air Ventures Check-In Information
Online check-in is not currently available.
Check-In at the Airport
Passengers are required to be at check-in at least one hour and 15 minutes before scheduled departure time, but the airline does advice arriving as early as possible. Check-in closes 45 minutes before scheduled departure.
Passengers are permitted to check in anytime on the day of their flight, as long as they are back on premises before the flight closes (45 minutes before scheduled departure).
Passengers will need to bring valid state or federal I.D.
Warbelow's Air Ventures Baggage Allowance
Each passenger is allowed 40 lbs of baggage. An excess rate will be charged on baggage which exceeds 40 lbs, the rate depending on destination. All items must be checked in units that weigh less than 50 lbs each.
Baggage measuring greater than 28” x 40” may not fit in the aircraft.
Please note: space varies according to number of passengers, as well as the fuel needed, and even weather requirements. It is important to be aware that baggage (allowed and excess) may not fit in the aircraft the day you fly, and may be flown up, as a priority, on a following flight. To ensure that your baggage arrives at your final destination in time, the airline suggests sending excess baggage up as freight at least one week early.
In compliance with FAA regulations, the airline does not allow carry-ons.
Anything that passengers wish to have on you on the flight (purse, snacks, digital devices, camera) will need to fit on their person (such as in their jacket pocket), or in the small seat pocket. Medicines, keys, or any other essential items need to be kept in pockets.