Homer is my home town and we are here all year. We have two inflatable two-person kayaks and some fly-fishing gear. I am also a freshwater fishing guide. Float flying season is May through early October, depending on when spring thaw occurs. We will make a cross-country flight to the examiner. flight seeing flights. persons. […]
We are located in the Mat Su valley at Wolf Lake Airport 4AK6, just minutes from the Knik Glacier. Lots of lakes to practice on very close by. Many other activities close by and only one-hour drive north of Anchorage or 15 minutes by air. Lake, asphalt, and gravel runways. Our main focus is dual […]
Float flying May through Sept. “This is the real thing.” Examiner on site, fee $500. Dual only. Free $1900 mountain flying course with your SES rating. Small cabins and three-bedroom luxury cottage available. See website for SES courses with lodging. Alaska Floatplane Safari includes two nights’ lodging and meals.
Experience real backcountry flying with views of the Alaskan Range and majestic Denali. Our seaplane base and lodge are located only two miles from beautiful, downtown Talkeetna. Each course includes ground instruction, training material, and three nights of lodging. Already have your float rating? Come rent a floatplane with an instructor; go where you like, […]
We offer flight training in a 1944 Grumman Goose. The hourly rate is $1,450 / flight hour (air time), and we also offer a day-session that includes about 3.5 hours for $3,900. All flights are customized to meet your specific training goals and usually include a stop for lunch at a scenic Alaska lake. On […]
Learn to fly floats in our Super Cub or C172, landing on beautiful remote lakes in Alaska. Our floatplane course will include flying around the talkeetna and Chugach mountain range and finishing up with a checkride in Talkeetna. We also offer seaplane refresher courses and off-airport, backcountry mountain training. Our flight school is located one […]
Two Taylorcraft F-19 floatplanes, BC-12D and F-19 and a Cessna 172 on PK 2300 floats. Dual only. Flight instruction provided by two experienced flight instructors, each with more than 32,000 hours flight time, working out of Lake Hood since 1967. Our main goal is safety and the success of our students.
Are you considering a floatplane rating or doing recurrent or advanced seaplane training? Then call Alaska Flying Adventures. Located just one hour north of Anchorage, Alaska, by car, or a mere 15-minute flight from Lake Hood Seaplane Base, we offer the most convenient, time-saving floatplane courses in the most beautiful place in North America: ALASKA! […]
Our office is now located in a new hangar at Lake Hood. This new location provides a great maintenance facility, classroom space, and pilot lounge. ACME Cub Training offers float training, back-country/off-airport training, and ski training. We teach pilots how to identify usable landing areas and make “go, no-go” decisions. We teach pilots to notice […]