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Winter Flying Fall 2015

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Out Front of the cabin at Haynes Lake

Out Front of the cabin at Haynes Lake

DR Backhoe in pieces

DR Backhoe in pieces

Paul and Maple coming to town

Paul and Maple coming to town

Pick up Last Alaskan

Pick up Last Alaskan’s film crew

Unloading Floor for Hiemo on the Colleen

Unloading Floor for Hiemo on the Colleen

Bremner

Bremner’s First Solo Flight

Elcy enjoying the sun on the Black River

Elcy enjoying the sun on the Black River

Oscar supervising

Oscar supervising

Dirks Iphone 027Dirks Iphone 019

Bremner and Deriene

Bremner and Deriene

Bring the Beaver in for the night

Bring the Beaver in for the night

Danielle flying the Beaver home

Danielle flying the Beaver home

Arctic Pin Up

Arctic Pin Up

Oscar ready to fly

Oscar ready to fly

DONNA M SPINELLI - January 10, 2018 - 12:26 pm

Hello,

I was wondering if you would do a winter flight to Kindamina Lake remote area? I am planning a trip for 2019 and thinking ahead.

kurt marth - May 1, 2018 - 5:58 am

I need to get into Wild Lake about 20 miles west of Coldfoot, to access the mining claims there and inspect the equipment there. A significant financial advantage could be realized for my company if I am successful. If you have a plane with wheel skis that would go a long way towards fixing the problem i had created.

kelly - March 20, 2019 - 8:07 am

Do you fly from Fairbanks to Coldfoot in March?
What is the cost for 2 people each way?

Thomas D Bowcutt - May 14, 2019 - 8:51 pm

Was wondering what it would cost to fly my famyof 5 from Coldfoot over the Gates of the Arctic and back for a nice day trip. I am military stationed at Fort Wainwright and want to have an amazing Alaskan experience. It would be on the 1st of July through the 5th time frame. Trying to plan a cool trip for my family.

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