With everything out of proportion this is an amazing airplane to see flying.
Lots of 737-200 flying around in Alaska. Just great!
Seeing this giant passing by was a very nice surprise.
Fantastic take-off from the great MD-11.
Some wear and tear but basically in pretty good shape. It used to be a firefighter with extra water tanks but the modifications seem to be removed.
One of the many, many cargo planes departing.
An old one from Biegert Aviation. Now resting peacefully at Fairbanks.
Scavenged and in state of decay lake so many aircrafts here at Fairbanks. If you are a vintage aircraft lover you have to go here at least once in your life.
Pretty rare aircraft. This is the extended range variant, manufactured to increase sales in Europe. Last big propliner before the jet age.
Still a beautiful frame in faint Air North livery.
This Beech has seen better days and hopefully a better color as well. The inscription on the nose reads: "Fields plowed cheap!!". Found on the Brooks boneyard.
Beautiful classic Beaver splashing down with a lot of noise and spray.
"Good Grief" ready for departure and about to taxi off the Everts ramp.
Almost 70 years old and still running cargo all over Alaska. Can you believe it?
These aircrafts are so impressive. The metal, the oil everywhere, the smell, the great nose art, just beautiful. Delivered in 1958 to UAT and now acting as a fuel hauler to remote locations all ov... (more)