The early bush pilots of Alaska brought supplies to remote villages and encampments as there were few or no roads connecting communities. They also ferried people and goods in and out of the wilderness. In most cases, the planes were going places that had never been visited except on foot. The pilots themselves endured the realities of frontier living, where parts, fuel, food, and friends were often far away over the next mountain range.
The purpose of this wiki is to provide a record of Alaska's bush pilots, past and present.
To add another pilot, enter his/her name in the search box to the left. If no page is found, click on Create This Page. Return here to add a link back to the new pilot page.