We are currently operating our MD 520 Notar which is our state-of-the-art, eco-friendly helicopter that seats up to 4 passengers with average weights of 170 pounds when 4 people are booked. Larger groups than 4, or over the weight groups, need to be on more than one flight.

We are also operating our Cessna Stationaire, the "air limo" which can seat up to 7 passengers. While we can carry more passengers on this aircraft and more weight, all 7 passengers can not average 170 pounds.

This aircraft has large unobstructed views for each passenger and you will have the latest Bluetooth headsets to listen to the narrated tour. The leather-seated Cessna offers a comfortable and enjoyable alternative to our helicopter.

If you have any other questions or comments, please fill out the form below and we will be sure to respond as soon as possible. Thanks for contacting Glacier Aviation Services.

Brutus the Grizzly Bear.
Brutus the Grizzly Bear -
In case you are wondering about Brutus. He is a 15 year old Alaska Brown Bear which is a close relative of the Grizzly Bear. He weighs in about 900 pounds and stands about 9 feet tall when on his hind feet. I first met him while doing aerial film work on a National Geographic program about these awesome creatures. Brutus is owned by my friend Casey Anderson who operates the Grizzly Encounter near Bozeman, Montana where Brutus is an educational ambassador to the community for understanding Grizzly Bears. We provided the aerial shots for the initial show that was to air on NatGeo and as a gesture of appreciation Casey had Brutus do some promo photos for me with our filming helicopter.
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