Comprised of little more than a roughly 3,300-foot-long runway, an apron, and a small terminal, rural airports ensure year-round access to residents and tourists and keep communities supplied with goods, equipment, and other everyday essentials.
These sites, located less than 100 miles apart along the state’s backbone highway system, will help develop Alaska’s EV charging infrastructure critical to encouraging further EV adoption.
While drone technology may have been born elsewhere, in Alaska its capabilities have been put to the test, and now the aeronautics industry is taking off on St. Paul Island.
Alaska Maritime Education Consortium Designated as 2021 Center of Excellence for Domestic Maritime Workforce Training and Education
“The CoE designations recognize the high standard of maritime education and training provided by the designated community and technical colleges and maritime training centers,” says Lucinda Lessley, Acting Maritime Administrator for MARAD.
Governor Mike Dunleavy said, “Alaska is open for business and with nearly $1 billion of developments planned for ANC, we expect this economic hub for the state to keep growing.”
Alaska Airlines Partners with Airspace Intelligence to Optimize Air Traffic Flow Through AI and Machine Learning
The use of an AI-powered flight monitoring and routing platform that aids in critical decisions is a first in the US air transportation industry.