AASF Members The link below is a thoughtful and important discussion by Tom George, AOPA, of an issue of concern to all of us. If you have any questions please refer them to the links in the article or if you have a question I can help you with please let me know. Harry https://blog.aopa.org/aopa/2016/09/14/alaska-weather-changes/… Read More

(FAIRBANKS, Alaska) – The Fairbanks International Airport is conducting live-fire training Friday, September 9th, Wednesday, September 14th, and Thursday, September 22nd in accordance with FAA requirements under FAR 139.319 and State of Alaska Firefighter training requirements. The live-fires will commence at approximately 1 p.m. September 9th, 10 a.m. September 14th, and at noon September 22nd.… Read More

A programming note that was brought to our attention: Beginning Sept 5, Alaska Weather will not be broadcast in Anchorage on the primary channel until the next morning at 5am. In Bethel and Juneau the program will remain at 5:30pm. 360 North will carry Alaska Weather program the same evening as broadcast, but delayed until… Read More

Attached is the schedule for Saturday’s Seaplane Seminar. Registration starts at 8:00 am at the UAA Aviation Technology Building at Merrill Field and UAF Aviation Technology Center on the East Ramp at Fairbanks International Airport. The event will be held concurrently at both locations, via web-conference technology.… Read More

Join us for the 31st Annual Seaplane Seminar to be held jointly at the UAA Aviation Facility on Merrill Field, and at the UAF Aviation Technology Center at Fairbanks International Airport on April 16th.   Registration will start at 8 a.m. It is an all-day event, with lunch available at both locations. You can attend… Read More