The weekly seasonal service will begin June 17 and will run through September 9, offering a total of thirteen flights.
All the wonderful photos submitted are featured in a rotating gallery on the Explore Fairbanks website and some photos will be featured via social media channels.
Passengers who do not comply with the requirement will not be permitted to travel.
Op-Ed: Anchorage Business Leaders Call for Voluntary Increased Safety Measures for Bars and Restaurants
“We cannot be complacent. We need every business fully engaged in this effort. For the safety of our community’s employees, business owners, and customers, we have developed seven recommendations for bars and restaurants to reduce the risk of transmission.”
While everyone is eager to get back to normal (or close to what normal used to look like), Alaska’s organizations are making the most of the opportunities they have now, helping people travel far and wide—digitally, at least.
Explore Fairbanks acknowledged the contributions of partners and other individuals and organizations for their support of the local visitor industry.