Flights to Alaska
by Mustang II Experimental Airplane - N727RH
"Pursue your Dream"
WARNING: Proper flight planning and preparation is required for all flights to and in Alaska.
Attempting to fly this route or duplicate this trip would obviously be AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Flight to Alaska

Facts and trivia:
       Anchorage is home to 4,027 general aviation aircraft - one in every 50 in the US is based in Anchorage.

       Alaskans are six times more likely to be pilots than the rest of the US population.

       Lake Hood is home to 320 seaplanes, is the largest seaplane base in the world and has a Control Tower that handles more than 800 takeoffs and landings on peak summer days.

       "The great thing about Anchorage is that it's so close to ALASKA!"

        A man was about to move to Alaska and people asked " Why? " -
               His response: " If you have to ask that question, you wouldn't understand the answer. "  Coming into the Country

Alaska Links
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Alaska Airmen's Association
Alaska Aviation Weather - from NWS
Alaska Dispatch News Subscribe for free daily e-mail edition
Alaska Real Estate
Alaska Satellite photo (loop available)
Alaska Weather Cams
Alaska Weather Station List - with Alaska Airport Identifiers
Anchorage Air Traffic Control audio
Anchorage Intn'l Airport - General Aviation / Lake Hood
AOPA's Alaska information
AOPA's Canada information
Canada's CANPASS (Customs) info 1-888-CANPASS (1-888-226-7277) toll-free line
Canada's Validation certificate information for Experimental Aircraft entry
Department of Homeland Security - US Customs and Border Protection (for decal purchase)
FAA - Anchorage FSDO
Lake Hood Seaplane Base webcams - by The Alaska Airmen Association
Lake Hood Seaplane Base webcams - by Alaska DOT   New
State of Alaska Flying Requirements
Transport Canada - Civil Aviation
Webcams in Anchorage

Updated August 7, 2018
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