We’re proud to be one of the only airlines offering direct flights to Mammoth Lakes. We provide semi-private flights on a variety of dates, including through Mammoth’s busiest seasons. By choosing to fly, you beat the rush to the slopes — and remove the cumbersome drive up the mountains.
Our semi-private flights range from nine to 30 people per flight.
If the slopes are crowded, so are the roads. Driving up to Mammoth is an undeniable hassle; why not fly?
Adventure awaits in Mammoth Lakes. Nestled into the mountains, this destination has wide valleys, crystal-clear water, and endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.
Touted as one of the best places to ski and snowboard, Mammoth is a must-visit for winter sports enthusiasts. Bring your own gear, or rent from Mammoth itself.
Mammoth offers its signature Lakes Trail System for biking, complete with everything from family-friendly asphalt routes to adventurous uphill cycling for the more advanced.
Mammoth is a challenging-yet-rewarding spot to fish. From shore, boat, or dock, the mountainous Sierras have plenty of lakes, rivers, and streams for finding your perfect catch.
There’s no need to arrive hours ahead of time. Check in 30 minutes prior to departure, board 15 minutes before, and allow for more time if traveling with pets, firearms, or similar.
Baggage freedom is greater here. Check up to two pieces (38 pounds total) free of charge. Your boot bag and ski/snowboard bag will conveniently be treated as one.
When flying to Mammoth via Advanced Air, you’ll experience a 30-seat Dornier 328. We also offer the occasional King Air 350, a nine-seater with twin engine turboprop aircrafts.
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