WAR : Alaska 737-200

WAR : Alaska 737-200
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Year: 2007
Genre(s): Aviation , Airline , Travel , Documentary
Studio(s): Just Planes Videos
Director(s): Michel Moskal
Run Time: 206 minutes
Size: 2.5 GB

Available Licenses

 US$ 15.00Download to own, Unlimited viewing, 1 burn to DVD


This is a jewel of a program filmed in 2007 as the airline was retiring its last couple of Boeing 737-200s after about a quarter century of perfect service in and around Alaska.

You will discover what the Boeing 737-200 has done for travel in the state of Alaska as you climb on board in the cockpit for a series of flights from Anchorage to Bethel, Dillingham, King Salmon, the remove island of Adak and a special charter to Red Dog Mine.

You will follow the pilots at work as they prepare and operate the aircraft. They give you continuous briefings about the flights, their duties and some very interesting stories they've experienced in addition to the regular cockpit presentation, aircraft walkaround etc....

 Larry Cañenguez, 
Alaska Airlines 737-200

Ahhh, another delightful program. I remember doing some of these routes on FS9 back in the day, thanks to this DVD. Personally, I like to watch these Just Planes cold route DVD's during the frigid winter months here in the north eastern part of the U.S., kinda makes me feel like I'm right there with them too =D I would have loved for Barrow to have been included too, but regardless a wonderful program!