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WAKWings of Alaska (est. 1982; airline)
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Wings of Alaska Chartered air services, transportation
Flying Service, 766-2222; or Wings of Alaska. 766-2030.
Clough is a commercial pilot for Wings of Alaska in Juneau and a former deputy commissioner of the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development.
People arrive to and depart from Glacier Bay Lodge by air (20-25 minutes) from Junean, Haines or Skagway daily via (depending on departure location) Alaska Airlines, Air Excursions, Fjord Air, Skagway Air and Wings of Alaska, or aboard a ferry (three hours) that runs each Friday and Sunday from Juneau.
Wings of Alaska Airlines 1982 60 Service Areas: Southeast
Wings of Alaska provides charter and scheduled passenger service in Southeast, while Bering Air serves a variety of Bush communities, in addition to providing charter service to the Russian Far East.
For example, a round-trip ticket from Skagway to Juneau on Wings of Alaska Airlines (45-minute ride) is $210 at press time, and a ferry ticket is $100.
Bob Jacobsen, the president and CEO of Wings of Alaska, understands the importance of having a mentor in the business--and acting as a mentor to others.
Sitting in his office atop the airline hangar, Wings of Alaska President Bob Jacobsen is surrounded with images of flight.
In Juneau, John Lucas, vice president of finance for Wings of Alaska, says weather problems made it a relatively flat year for tourism, but that cargo shipments were up about 16 percent.