It may be America’s 49th and largest state, but to Dave Hall, Alaska could almost be regarded as an “international destination” for business aviation operators. The reason is the vast state’s remoteness from the contiguous United States — the “Lower 48” — with most of its 663,268 sq. mi. lying above the 60th parallel. “We are three and a half hours by jet just from Seattle,” observes Hall, general manager of Signature Flight Support’s Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport FBO. A ...


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