Alaska Flight Training - Flight Schools - Flight Instruction
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Alaska flight schools
Rick in front of their new PA-18 Supercub now included in their training program
Arctic Flyers at Lake Hood in Anchorage,
Is the oldest continuous Flight School in Alaska.
Rick Ruess has over 35,000 hours and mom,
Heidi Ruess, retired in 2022, with over 32,000 hours.
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There are Alaska flight schools that provide flight training in tail wheel airplanes and ski planes for a simple tail wheel or ski plane endorsement, private through commercial, up through advanced Alaska bush flying techniques. Advanced bush flying techniques can include off-field landings on river bars, ridge tops, glaciers, frozen lakes and confined, obstructed landing areas.

There are Alaska flight schools that provide multi-engine training, advanced IFR instruction and flight instruction through your Airline Transport Pilot certification.

There is Alaska flight instruction available for float plane ratings including river landings, small mouintain lakes and all of the waterwork required to properly sail, slow taxi, step taxi and beach a float plane.

Check any of the links to the Alaska flight schools on this page for further detailed information.

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