Student Magazine Articles
We're always humbled when our students write about their experiences with Alaska Float Ratings in Moose Pass. Here are several. All of the pieces are about the students' experiences and why they felt it was worth spending their time, money, and energy earning their float rating with us.
If your time is limited in perusing this website, I think Barbara's article, Going for Water Wings, gives you an idea of what it is like flying one our super cubs in the rugged, yet beautiful Chugach National Forest, the second largest in the United States, and Alaska.
Here's the articles.
Read and enjoy,
BY CRISTA V. WORTHY
Crista V. Worthy is the managing editor of Pilot Getaways magazine and editor of The Flyline, the monthly publication of the Idaho Aviation Association.
COME, FLY ALASKA
BY JAMES CRAIG
Moose Pass is a wide spot in the road in Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, 29 miles north of Seward. Vern's floatplane school sits on the south edge of Upper Trail Lake on an airflow crossroads of glacial valleys, mountain peaks and turquoise water lakes of all sizes and altitudes.