Greenville Junction, ME USA 04442
Roger Currier graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1966 and entered the field of aviation as an aircraft mechanic in the U.S. Air Force where he worked as an aircraft mechanic and supervisor for four years. In the mid 1970’s he received his pilots license and quickly became interested in bush flying. With this new interest in bush flying he and his family moved to Moosehead Lake in the spring of 1982. Currier’s Flying Service was founded that fall.
Roger Currier enjoys taking tourists and many locals up in his vintage seaplanes to see the scenery of Moosehead Lake. These tours last anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, or more if desired.
For over 20 years, Roger flew as a contract pilot for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, flying 1000’s of hours over northern Maine, conducting wildlife surveys, as well as search and rescue flights. He enjoys sharing his vast knowledge of the region with tourists visiting the area.
When not flying, Roger can be found in one of our hangars maintaining our aircraft. One of our hangars has been transformed into a working museum with vintage equipment, tools and spare parts on display.
About the Planes
(Left to Right) Cessna 180, DeHavilland Beaver, Cessna 195
The Great Pumpkin was adopted into Currier’s Flying Service just recently. This Cessna 195, also made in 1948, came to Roger bright orange and had a lot of work to be done with it.
The DeHavilland Beaver, 1954, is Roger’s largest seaplane holding 6-7 passengers at a time!