|Hubs||Grand Canyon, Boulder City|
|Company slogan||With Grand Canyon Airlines, Your Memories are Cleared for Takeoff!|
|Parent company||Grand Canyon Airlines|
|Headquarters||Tusayan, Arizona, United States|
|Key people||Charles Bassett, Mike McComb, Craig Sanderson|
Grand Canyon Airlines is a 14 CFR Part 135 air carrier headquartered on the grounds of Boulder City Airport, Boulder City, Nevada. Grand Canyon Airlines also has bases at Grand Canyon National Park Airport, AZ, and Page Municipal Airport, AZ. It operates sightseeing tours and scheduled passenger service over and around the Grand Canyon. Its headquarters and main operation center is Grand Canyon National Park Airport and Boulder City Airport, Nevada.
In February 23, 1929, the opening day of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Scenic Airways dropped wooden key on the roof of the hotel's ballroom. The key is on display above the fireplace of the Biltmore History Room.
Scenic Airways changed its name to Grand Canyon Airlines in 1930, and Grand Canyon Airlines is believed to be the world's oldest air tour company in continuous operations.
Two Grand Canyon Airlines pilots were the first to spot the wreckage left by the 1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision, between United and TWA Airlines aircraft. Pilots Henry and Palin Hudgen had been flying a scheduled service around the area at the time.
As of October 2015the Grand Canyon Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft: