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Authorities Announce Controlled Training Burn at Fairbanks International Airport

Airport officials have announced a special training simulation at the Fairbanks International Airport, which may produce large plumes of smoke to be visible in the vicinity.

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One of a Kind Flying Museum Fights to Preserve the Past

In a state rich in aviation tradition, museums dedicated to flight aren't uncommon, but when it comes to remembering our role in the forgotten war, some say Alaska is lacking. 

Bethel Crash

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Investigators Head for Site of Deadly Bethel Plane Crash

Alaska State Troopers say 42-year-old Derrick Cedars of Bethel and 46-year-old Greggory McGee of Anchorage were both pilots.

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Despite IRS Concession, Aviation Tax Issue Still Threatens Small Carriers

An aviation tax issue stinging small Alaska carriers with hundreds of thousands of dollars in back taxes remains unaddressed Monday, despite a recent announcement from the Internal Revenue Service promising relief.

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Beechcraft, Cessna Consolidate Under Textron Aviation

The company that produces Cessna and Hawker aircraft completed its purchase of Beechcraft Corporation Friday, consolidating three of the largest general aviation companies in the country under one roof.

Alaska Airlines Increases Bag, Change Fees

Alaska Airlines Workers to Get $105 Million in Bonuses

Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air employees are receiving more than $105 million in 2013 bonus payments.

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Two Alaska Bases Make Short List for F-35 Home

Both Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and Eielson Air Force Base listed as prospective homes for 48-strong fleet of F-35 stealth fighter jets.

Airport Police and Fire

Suspect in Airport Explosive Arrest was North Slope Worker

A passenger suspected of attempting to carry on a potential explosive device Sunday at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is in custody. ConocoPhillips confirmed the man was headed to Deadhorse and had an "avalanche control" explosive.

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