Anchorage (PANC)

Examining approaches that use uncommon elements can help us understand many nuances that we often overlook in the more common charts of our local area.

Runway 7R approaches at Ted Stevens Anchorage International airport (including the missed approach portions) [A] overfly Cook Inlet. The inlet stretches about 180 miles from the Gulf of Alaska to Anchorage and was named after explorer James Cook searching for the Northwest Passage. Today the airport is a refueling stop for flights between North America […]
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