how to fly in Alaska
Course

Flying in Alaska

This course is a compilation of our Alaska series videos as it relates to airspace around the Anchorage area as well as the unique weather products offered in Alaska. From special airspace procedures to watching webcams to determine the weather, this course is meant as an addendum to our Private Pilot Ground School offered here at fly8ma.com, or to help aviators who already hold a certificate and are visiting Alaska from the Lower 48 or Canada.

2 Lessons

This course is a compilation of our Alaska series videos as it relates to airspace around the Anchorage area as well as the unique weather products offered in Alaska.

From special airspace procedures to watching webcams to determine the weather, this course is meant as an addendum to our Private Pilot Ground School offered here at fly8ma.com, or to help aviators who already hold a certificate and are visiting Alaska from the Lower 48 or Canada.

Airports discussed in this course include Anchorage (Ted Stevens), Lake Hood, Merill, and Fairbanks.

You can expect to spend 3 to 6 hours to complete this course.