As a non-profit, all volunteer force, every dollar we raise goes into restoring and maintaining these historical aircraft for our future generations. These organizations have generously helped us achieve that singular mission.
We are proud to call Alaska Airlines a partner in our aviation world. Alaska’s generosity extends throughout it’s company, and is evidenced by it’s support for our Wing.
“For over 85 years, Alaska Airlines and the people who make us who we are, have been guided by integrity, caring, ingenuity, professionalism, and a unique spirit—a spirit that has grown out of our geographical roots.
Who we are today is a direct result of our history and the amazing people involved in it; a long list of aviation milestones, paired with countless stories of people being remarkable to help others.
All these milestones, good deeds, and community involvement have helped us grow us from a small regional airline to an international carrier. With more than 44+ million customers a year, our route system spans over 115+ destinations and 4 countries.”
Alaska Airlines is our airline of choice when we can’t take our warbirds where we need to go!!!
The Art of Alaska
The generous and talented artists John Hume and Bob Thompson who make up Art of Alaska have donated their precious time and amazing artistic talent to help us design our brand and our beautiful artwork and posters.
The MountainAire Group
Rebecca Brown of the MountainAire Group volunteers not just her time but also her treasure to help us "keep 'em flyin!" Visit her website to learn more about the great work she does for her clients during her day job.
Northern Air Cargo
In their own words:
“At Northern Air Cargo we provide an exceptional team of shipping experts that can get your cargo where it needs to be, on time. We fly to more rural, remote destinations in the Last Frontier than any other carrier. NAC specializes in transporting all kinds of freight including vehicles, oversized freight, declared hazardous materials and hazardous waste, live animals and small packages.
Looking for cargo services outside of Alaska? Use our fast and reliable worldwide charter service. You can count on NAC to get your precious cargo to its ultimate destination.”
Alaskan Aviation Museum
Located on the world’s largest seaplane base, Lake Hood, at Anchorage International Airport, the Alaska Aviation Museum celebrates Alaska’s rich aviation history. For the latest in museum news and events, find Alaska Aviation Museum on Facebook.