Alaska Air Cargo selected Boeing to convert two 737-800 passenger jets into freighters, adding to the fleet serving its namesake state.
A new regional airline is serving the Aleutian Islands, with the inaugural flight of Aleutian Airways from Anchorage to Dutch Harbor and back.
Northern Pacific Airways won’t fly passengers until 2023, so a 757 jet visited the refurbished North Terminal at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport to prove the venture is still making progress.
The new Airport Manager at Merrill Field in Anchorage is Rich Sewell. Mayor Dave Bronson selected Sewell to run the city-owned airport, effective September 12.
Alaska Airlines is adding daily round-trip service from Anchorage to Everett, Washington, just north of Seattle, effective November 30.
The passenger boarding bridge at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Gate B9 is getting a replacement thanks to a federal infrastructure grant.
Two heavy-lift helicopters retired from US Army service join the fleet of ROTAK Helicopter Services.
Alaska’s newest airline has a sales pitch for residents of its home state: become part owner of the company for as little as $100.
The UAF Geophysical Institute and Green Star of Interior Alaska are sending refurbished electronics to Valdez, Nenana, and Nulato for students to use for drone aircraft.
A remote-piloted aircraft operated by UAF took off from the Fairbanks airport—the first large drone ever to fly from an international airport in Alaska.