Low Flyby Captured At Lake Hood Alaska

Flyby Lake HoodImage: Courtesy and Copyright Jack Jaunbral

Low Flyby Captured At Lake Hood Alaska

Fellow seaplane pilot and friend Jack Jaunbral recently submitted this shot for our Sunday Waterbird Special. This was taken in 2008 at Lake Hood, Alaska. Operating continuously and open to the public, Lake Hood is the world’s busiest seaplane base, handling an average of 190 flights per day. It is located on Lakes Hood and Spenard, next to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, three miles from downtown Anchorage. The base has an operating control tower, and during the winter months the frozen lake surface is maintained for ski-equipped airplanes.

Flyby Lake Hood

Image: Courtesy and Copyright Jack Jaunbral

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