Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Airport

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Congratulations to the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Police and Fire for raising $700 for the Special Olympics at the 2018 Torch Run last Saturday. Thank you for supporting such a wonderful cause!
Anchorage Airport Police & Fire/Custom Border Protection - 2018 Alaska Law Enforcement Torch Run and Pledge Drive - Special Olympics Alaska Inc
        
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Start your Monday with some great takeoffs and landings!
        
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Loading a Cargomaster C-133, 1990. #tbt
        
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Congratulations to all the members of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Police and Fire that participated in the MS Walk last weekend! Thank you for supporting the effort to fight Multiple Sclerosis! #mswalk2018
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Come out Saturday, May 19, 2018, at 10:00 am for the 2018 Alaska Law Enforcement Torch Run and Pledge Drive for the Special Olympics. The Anchorage starting location begins at:

Special Olympics Alaska
3200 Mountain View Drive
Anchorage, Alaska 99501

For more information and to make donations, please visit https://www.firstgiv...O-AK/2018-AKLETR and help support our Special Olympic athletes!
2018 Alaska Law Enforcement Torch Run and Pledge Drive -SPECIAL OLYMPICS ALASKA INC
        
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Hello Icelandair! Welcome back to the ANC!
Hello Icelandair! Welcome back to the ANC!
6 days ago
- Great airline!
1 week ago
- Should be year around
        
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Welcome, Air Canada! It is great to see you back for the season!
Welcome, Air Canada! It is great to see you back for the season!
1 week ago
- Nasty color!
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- I'm so excited. I'll be landing on the 22nd of may, my first time in Alaska. Can't wait to take photos for my travel blog!
        
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Want to look fashionable and not have to carry the whole closet on your trip? Check out ways to capsule your wardrobe for travel!
        
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Lake Hood is now OPEN for the float plane season!
Lake Hood is now OPEN for the float plane season!
        
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This Day in Aviation History: May 10, 1927 #tbt
10 May 1927 - This Day in Aviation
        
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Nice to see you today Allegiant Airlines - charter to ANC from Las Vegas. Come back soon!
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- Roma haha wonder if there were any maintenance delays
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- Join Alaska?
        
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NOTIFICATION - Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Recognizing the importance of aviation in the State of Alaska, Governor Bill Walker has signed a proclamation naming May as Aviation Appreciation Month. He noted that aviation provides a vital link for 82 percent of Alaska’s communities, and contributes $3.5 Billion to the state’s economy.

“We thank Governor Walker for this proclamation emphasizing just how important aviation is to our state,” said John Binder, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities deputy commissioner. Alaska has the largest aviation system in North America with the state operating 242 airports.

“We join the many aviation organizations in Alaska thanking Gov. Walker for naming May as Aviation Appreciation Month,” said Corey Hester, executive director of the Alaska Airmen Association. “This serves as a great reminder of how important it is to continue to preserve and promote aviation in our state.”

Governor Walker signed the Aviation Appreciation Proclamation at the Great Alaska Aviation Gathering held this past weekend at the FedEx hangar at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.

Photo L-R: Alaska Airmen Association Board Members, Doug Bradbury, Sven Lincke, and Kevin Campbell with Governor Walker.
NOTIFICATION - Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Faciliti
        
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Here are some photos of Airport Manager, Jim Szczesniak, speaking at the World Trade Center Anchorage 2018 luncheon last Wednesday! Photos by Rob Stapleton.
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Anchorage airport fire training, 1987. #tbt
        
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WE NEED VOLUNTEERS!

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2018 Full-scale Disaster Exercise

The Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is looking for volunteers to play the role of injured passengers in the 2018 Full-scale Disaster Exercise. This is a mass casualty EXERCISE.

You will get an exciting behind-the-scenes look as emergency personnel responds to a SIMULATED plane crash where YOU are the victim.

A light breakfast, and lunch will be provided for all participants.

All volunteers will sign-in and sign-out at the North Terminal: 4600 Postmark Drive

Please note that you DO NOT have to create a Sign-Up Genius account, however, you must use a current email address to receive updates and additional information.

*All volunteers must be at least 16 years of age
Date: 08/04/2018 (Sat.)

Time: 8:00am - 1:00pm AKDT

Location: Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport- 4600 Postmark Drive
2018 Full-scale Disaster Exercise
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- Bianca Aboud
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- Bummer I’ll be out of state.
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- Berlynn Johnson maybe Lil Richard might want to do this
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- Wow 47 already signed up.
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- Darlene Herman Joseph Insinna
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- Christina Fogg Giordano
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- Just signed up Alex had no problem/try again
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- Can you fly us up?
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- Crystal Halcomb Neff any of your kids interested? Carolyn Smith?
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- Won’t let me sign up pm me please need help
        
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Starting today and tomorrow is the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport firefighter training exercises.

Large plumes of dark smoke coming from the Airport’s self-contained burn pit facility may be visible during these exercises. The burn pit facility is located on the south side of the Airport and is operated under an Air Quality Open Burn Permit issued by the Municipality of Anchorage, Department of Health and Human Services No. 2018-002.

The burn pit is designed specifically to contain fuel in order to conduct controlled training fires. The Airport fire department conducts live fire exercises in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration training requirements for aircraft rescue and firefighting personnel. Questions should be directed to Chief Jesse Davis at 266-2407.
        
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Cargo plane refueling at TSAIA!
        
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Spring on Lake Hood, 1989 #tbt
        
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International Airport System Forecasts Robust Tourism Growth for the Summer Season
Press Release, Transportation & Public Facilities, State of Alaska
        
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Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport has scheduled firefighter training exercises for Wednesday and Thursday, May 2 & 3, 2018.

Large plumes of dark smoke coming from the Airport’s self-contained burn pit facility may be visible during these exercises. The burn pit facility is located on the south side of the Airport and is operated under an Air Quality Open Burn Permit issued by the Municipality of Anchorage, Department of Health and Human Services No. 2018-002.

The burn pit is designed specifically to contain fuel in order to conduct controlled training fires. The Airport fire department conducts live fire exercises in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration training requirements for aircraft rescue and firefighting personnel. Questions should be directed to Chief Jesse Davis at 266-2407.
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport has scheduled firefighter