Ravn Alaska (7H, Anchorage Ted Stevens) restarted scheduled services in Alaska on November 30, 2020, nearly seven months after its predecessor RavnAir Group stopped all operations before its subsequent bankruptcy.

Now owned by FLOAT, the carrier has been rebranded from Corvus Airlines but continues to operate using its old Air Operator's Certificate (AOC). It restarted operations in early November, half a year after the total grounding on April 2, 2020. However, due to the regulator proceedings, Ravn Alaska was only able to initially operate ad-hoc charter flights and then public charters as of November 13.

Following the restart of scheduled operations on November 30, the carrier's current network comprises services from Anchorage Ted Stevens to:

It has plans to add scheduled services to Aniak presently.

Ravn Alaska operates ten Dash 8-100s, including seven units acquired by FLOAT from RavnAir Group and three dry-leased from Avmax Aircraft Leasing, according to the ch-aviation fleets ownership module.