Celebrating Alaska Day in Anchorage

Today is the day residents of Alaska brush of their sense of pride along with their Xtra Tuff boots and warm hats, and stand a little taller, thanks to the Tsar of Russia. Alaska Day is held each October 18, marking the purchase of the Alaska Territory (then known as Russisan America) by the United […]

Flying Alaska: Great places to connect kids and planes

Flying is so much a part of Alaska folklore that one can hardly visit and not be caught up in the legends and individuals who blazed a trail across the skies in the name of Last Frontier transportation and industry. While flying in a commercial sense today means merely boarding a glorified bus and jetting […]

Celebrate 49th State Aviation History at the Alaska Air Museum

Flying in Alaska is as natural as breathing. Even the state’s smallest residents, by virtue of location, are seasoned air travelers by the time they start school. Airplanes dominate the skyscape as often as birds, especially in Anchorage, where the nation’s busiest seaplane port, Lake Hood, sees hundreds of take-offs and landings every day. Ted […]