Aviation has long been a lifeline to
Alaska ("the bush") - an
integral part to the state's history and development. Today, the state
remains the most "flyingest" in the country, with about six times as
many pilots per capita as the rest of the United States.
- Capture the magnificence of Alaska on a flightseeing tour from
Anchorage. Soar above the Chugach Mountains, Mount McKinley or Prince
William Sound! Fly through harshly cut valleys of Alaska glaciers, go
bear viewing, and see many parts of Alaska not accessible by any other
means. Anchorage is the perfect base camp for Alaska Flightseeing.
- One of the best ways to experience the beauty and tremendous size of
this park is from above! Fly past massive peaks, over jagged glaciers,
and endless expanses of wild Alaska!
Aircraft to Alaska’s Backcountry - Always make
certain there are no
misunderstandings about where and when you should be picked up. If you
miss a pick-up it could cost more for the operator’s time
for you. The pilot should be familiar with the landing area and certain
that the plane can land there. Discuss alternatives with the pilot in
case the landing area becomes temporarily unusable.
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