Since our emergence as the world's first Grand Canyon air tour operator, we at Scenic have spent the past 90 years dedicated to maintaining our reputation for superior service as well as our unmatched strides in safety. Growing alongside our our diligent operations, our tour offerings have greatly expanded from those of 1927. In addition to the Grand Canyon National Park, Scenic now features destinations including the Grand Canyon West and Page, Arizona - home of world-famous landmarks including Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Rainbow Bridge. Find out more about what has allowed Scenic to remain the most sought-after air tour operator for nearly a century.
Providing a safe and superior travel experience is of paramount importance to our company. As employees, we personally accept the responsibility of placing the safety of our passengers above all other company objectives. Our vigilant pilots and employees, along with our ever-increasing standards, are the reason for our impeccable safety record and reputation.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires advanced certification and licensing for any airline to operate a passenger aircraft. To receive this licensing, an airline must earn multiple certifications that cover a variety of regulations and policies. For fixed-wing flights and aerial tour operations, Scenic Airlines holds a "Part 135" certificate. These government operational and safety rules apply to charter flights carrying up to 30 passengers.
The De Havilland Twin Otter Vistaliner might be the best aircraft in the world for sightseeing! Our specially-designed Twin Otters feature comfortable cabins that offer passengers the best opportunities for photographing the unbelievable panoramic views below them. The high-set wings also ensure that every seat has a unobstructed view. Scenic Airlines is the aerial sightseeing company that operates these custom aircraft, ensuring the ultimate sightseeing experience.
Our Cessna Caravans offer comfort, optimal viewing, and a quiet ride for our guests who are travelling to the Grand Canyon and beyond! The Cessna Caravan is fitted with windows on both sides for the ultimate sightseeing opportunity.
The Cessna Caravan is fixed-gear with a single turboprop engine, a short-haul regional airliner that offers fantastic and fast take-off and landing capabilities, allowing as much time in the air as possible to experience sights like the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, the Mojave Desert, the Kaibab National Forest, and Lake Powell.
This terminal is located at the Boulder City Municipal Airport in historic Boulder City, Nevada. This spacious, state-of-the-art facility serves airline guests visiting the Grand Canyon's South Rim and West Rim, and is the departure point for our most popular tours.
Located at the remote West Rim of the Grand Canyon, this now-bustling air terminal was originally a fuel stop for flights from Las Vegas. This location provides service from to and from our Boulder City terminal and serves as a departure point for our air and ground tours of the West Rim.