Alaska Native pilots fly with hometown values

Many of the pilots who fly for smaller commercial airlines in the state didn’t grow up in the remote communities they serve. Recruiting local Alaskans to become pilots for their home communities is at the heart of a training program housed at Alaska Pacific University. Alaska EXCEL partners with more than half a dozen school districts across the state to offer technical training — including in aviation. Emily Schwing has the story.

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