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Winter Flying 2013-2014

Dog team of Brent Sass doing some work in the Brooks Range

Dog team of Brent Sass doing some work in the Brooks Range

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Boosie sporting her winter footwear in front of hanger in Fairbanks

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a groups of BBC film workers for the Life Below Zero series

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Out withe old. A broken snow machine heads into town for repairs

Slaven

Slaven’s Cabin landing strip

New Years in Central

New Years in Central

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High over the Upper Chandalar River Drainage in the Central Brooks Range early March

 

Delivering a dog team

Delivering a dog team

Dog team of Brent Sass doing some work in the Brooks Range

Dog team of Brent Sass doing some work in the Brooks Range

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Once the aircraft starts to move the most of the dogs settle in for an inflight nap. We have 11 dogs in the airplane

a New Blaze King Stove

a New Blaze King Stove

Visiting Paul Shanahan one of the few remaining real Bush Pilots

Visiting Paul Shanahan one of the few remaining real Bush Pilots

Coyote Air’s Fairbanks Hanger

Map to the Hanger 2011 Donald Avenue, Fairbanks, AK

Map to the Hanger 2011 Donald Avenue, Fairbanks, AK

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Kayjay Allen - January 3, 2016 - 8:17 pm

Are you still flying from Fairbanks to Coldfoot? If we wanted to hire you for a round trip flight, for two, to coldfoot sightseeing and back, what would the cost be?
Thanks much!

Ross Malone - March 10, 2017 - 6:57 am

Good morning. In the Milepost Guide Book they say that you provide flightseeing to the Gates of the Arctic National Park and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. My wife, Doris, and I plan to be in Coldfoot on June 11. Will it be possible to get a sightseeing flight on that day? If so, how much would that cost? We also would like to know if it’s possible to make a round-trip from Coldfoot to Prudhoe Bay. What would the cost of that flight be?
Thank you.

Ross and Doris Malone
Franklin County, Missouri

Glacier Flights

Landing McCall Glacier with gear
We have been supporting both recreation and science work on the glaciers of the Alaska Range and Brooks Range

Talking Logistics with Matt Nolan McCall Glacier

McCall Glacier 6,600 ft

Craig Abell-Champion - July 28, 2019 - 9:42 am

Hello,

Researching the possibilities of doing about 3-4 nights on glacier. No exact dates, but approx between Sept 14 and 18…

Wondering if this might be bookable, 2 people?

First Snow in Coldfoot

Aircraft get their first snow of the year

Aircraft get their first snow of the year

Doug Arneson - September 22, 2013 - 8:19 pm

I delivered freight to Chandalar a few times from Seattle, admire your website. Quite an enviable lifestyle. Would like to fly for you guys, I worked in Kantishna in the McKinley Park for a few years mining back in the ’70’s.

R. Sandy Smith - November 29, 2013 - 6:41 am

30+ year pilot with several trips to Alaska and many to Scoop Lake BC in the trench.
Looking for information on flying to Brooks Range and interior Alaska.
C model Cessna 182 on wheels
Thank you
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Dave Loescher - May 30, 2014 - 11:09 am

Great picture Dirk and Danielle! Really brings back memories. At the same time that you took that picture Pat and I were watching it snow and talking with you via sat phone to figure out a plan for pickup. I appreciate all you did for us. What an adventure!