Everts Air Alaska (5V, Fairbanks International) took delivery of the first of its three firm-ordered Cessna 408F turboprops on September 30, 2023.

N408RE (msn 408-0022) was ferried from Wichita Beech Factory via Bozeman, Seattle Boeing Field, Ketchikan International, and Yakutat to the carrier's base at Fairbanks International. As of October 2, it remains formally registered to the manufacturer and has yet to enter into revenue service. Chief Executive and Owner Robert Everts told ch-aviation he hoped the aircraft would be in service by year-end.

Everts Air Alaska ordered the three 408F SkyCouriers in May. It is the third independent operator of the type, following fellow Alaskan operator Bering Air and Hawai'ian carrier Kamaka Air. Mountain Air Cargo and Empire Airlines operate the type on behalf of the launch customer, FedEx.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows that Everts Air Alaska operates one B727-200(F), one MD-82(SF), five MD-83(SF), and one recently converted and not yet inducted MD-88(SF). The carrier also has three BAe 146-300(QT)s, two DC-6(C-118A)s, three DC-6As, one DC-6B, two DC-6B(F)s, one DC-9-30(CF), one DC-9-30F, and one DC-9-30RC in long-term storage. It also operates three Cessna (single turboprop) C208s and two PC-12s on its scheduled passenger network in Alaska.