The Alaska Aviation Museum is located in the heart of Alaska aviation. It sits on the south shore of Lake Hood, the busiest seaplane base in the world, with more than 87,000 takeoﬀs and landings per year. A half-mile away is Ted Stevens International Airport, the air crossroads of the world. You can watch takeoﬀs and landings right from the museum.
The museum presents one of the finest displays of Alaskan aviation history with interactive displays, memorabilia, photographs, films and artifacts from personal collections of Alaska’s pioneer aviators.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bill Odom, Past President
Immediate Past President
Chuck Miller, Past President
David Karp, Past President
Gail Phillips, Past President
Orin Seybert, Past President
President & Chairman
Mary Witte, Treasure
To preserve, display, educate, and honor Alaska’s aviation heritage.
Alaskan Historical Aircraft Society was founded by Ted Spencer.
501(c)(3) status was acquired.
PBY was acquired from Fred Richards.
PBY arrives from Dago Lake and King Salmon via an Army training mission.
Museum opens to the public.
The Museum has continued to collect aircraft from all eras of Alaska aviation, from the 1928 Stearman c2b to the 1981 Boeing B737-29OC.