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  • Alaska Airlines, is an airline based in the Seattle suburb of SeaTac, Washington, United States. Alaska operates hubs at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Portland International Airport and manages a Mexico Gateway and focus city operations at Los

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Jorgy: the life of Native Alaskan bush pilot and airline captain Holger "Jorgy" Jorgensen

Jorgy: the life of Native Alaskan bush pilot and airline captain Holger "Jorgy" Jorgensen

"Jorgy" Jorgensen is a legendary Alaska Native bush pilot, but his life is much more than a great flying story. He was raised by his Inupiat Eskimo mother and his Norwegian gold-miner father in a tiny mining camp in interior Alaska. After his father's death during the Depression, when Jorgy was only seven, they lived a subsistence lifestyle: Jorgy worked in the gold mines, ran a trap line, and mushed dogs. He served in Muktuk Marston's Alaska Territorial Guard and was a sergeant by the age of 17. After Pearl Harbor, he became Sig Wien's fire potter and gas boy, and learned to fly. He operated a dragline in the summers, he was a boxing champion, and he desegregated Nome's movie theater. His flying career was equally varied: he flew all across Alaska, carrying passengers and cargo. He delivered scientific equipment and supplies to the T-3 ice island, fresh fish to and from King Salmon, moved reindeer from Hagemeister Island; he flew in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Canada. He flew from 1943 to 2001, logging more than 35,000 hours of flight time, with only one--minor--accident. Telling his extraordinary life story in spare, no-fuss fashion, this book allows a vivid glimpse into a tulmultuous and exciting period in aviation from the point of view of one of Alaska's early Native bush pilots.

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American Airlines airplane seen from shuttle bus at Los Angeles LAX Airport

American Airlines airplane seen from shuttle bus at Los Angeles LAX Airport

Apparently, if you need to get from Terminal 3 (Alaskan Airlines) to Terminal 4 (American Airlines) at LAX, you can't just walk or take an underground train. You have to take a shuttle ... around the airport ... through the runways ... right past the big planes. I found it infinitely fascinating. LAX is a very busy airport (and chaotic), to be sure.

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Alaskan Airlines  Boeing 737  N705AS

5th August 2010., Anchorage, Alaska, USA
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The Heart of a Pilot: Exploits as a Boy, an Alaskan Bush Pilot, and an Airline Pilot

It was during a time when his family was financially down that the author discovered his passion. In a county fair where it was even hard for him and his mother to experience a single ride, he found himself fascinated with only one amusement-the old Curtis Robin airplane. Luckily for him, a family friend gave him the chance to ride it himself. As soon as the engine roared to life and the airplane lurched forward across the rough pasture and into the sky where he could see the beautiful view from above, he knew right then that he wanted to go flying for the rest of his life. Now in his late 70's Bangart relives his wonderful journey through the skies and life to bring inspiration to others. In this autobiography, he reminisces his adventures as a pilot during the Great Depression, treating the reader with an inside look at growing to manhood during the first half of the twentieth century. His descriptions of the early days of Alaska bush flying, and the trials and hazards of the early airline flying are given in great detail. A person does not have to be a pilot or airplane enthusiast to enjoy this book. It covers such things as driving the Alaska- Canadian highway both in summer and winter weather, making a home in Alaska with a new bride, how government has brought many changes in our lives, and many insights into life itself. If you have been a passenger on an airliner during these early years, this book will give you a perception to what went on behind the closed cabin door where the pilots were secluded.

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