Virtual Meeting: Monday, April 6th @6:30pm

We hope you are managing these crazy times, and that you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy.

Alaska is a big state with a big heart, and the board of Women in Aviation The Last Frontier Chapter wants to figure out ways to help others make ends meet. We welcome your emails and comments, and urge you to reach out if you need assistance in ANY way during this time.

Please send your inquiries, needs, thoughts and ideas to us by Friday, April 3rd at

We will try to answer your questions to the best of our ability at our next VIRTUAL meeting on Zoom:

Monday, April 6th at 6:30pm
(link will be provided)

We look forward to seeing you then!

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Meeting: February 3rd @ 6:30pm

Combat those winter blues by talking airplanes and sharing winter flying stories with us!

We also would like to discuss member expectations of WAI Last Frontier, what topics they are interested in hearing/ talking about in future meetings, etc.

We will be encouraging attendees to share what flying goals they are working on, and have recently achieved so we can all celebrate together!

Monday, February 3rd, 6:30-8pm
Alaska Airmen Association Building


WAI Last Frontier joined with the Alaska Airmen Association to present a Professional Pilot scholarship for women that are working towards a professional career in aviation and seek to better the Alaskan Aviation community. All of the applications are to be submitted through the Airmen portal.
Applications are due before Feb 1st! Find out more info on SEVERAL Alaska Airmen Association scholarships:


On Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 18:00 Alaskan Standard Time
Alaska Airman Association
4200 Floatplane Drive
Join us for a Pilot – Controller round table discussion at the Alaska Airmen’s Building.
This event gives you the opportunity to meet controllers from Merrill, Lake Hood, Anchorage, and Approach Control. You’ll be able to ask your questions directly to the controllers you talk to on a daily basis and see who is on the other side of the mic!
After a quick brief and word from the controllers, we’ll have an open discussion where you can ask your questions about our local airports and airspace.
Please take a minute to review the Part 93 procedures around the Anchorage area prior to the meeting, all you need to bring is your questions! Food and drinks provided.
Here’s a link to the Alaska Chart Supplement for Review:
Here’s a link to two YouTube videos reviewing the Lake Hood Procedures:

Meeting: January 6th @ 6:30pm

Difficult or inappropriate situation at work? Is it sexual harassment? What to ignore, what to verbalize something about and how to do it, and what to deal with assertively.

Because of the sensitivity and legal implications for such a topic, we are setting up a few ground rules for the meeting:

• Zero tolerance for phones or recording policy during the discussion. Not only for privacy of those sharing difficult stories, but also for protection against inappropriate use.
• No names are to be used either for implication.
We want those attending to feel as safe as possible.
If you have any questions, please message us, and we will be happy to answer. We look forward to seeing you there.

Date: January 6th, 2020 

Time: 6:30 pm

Location: Alaska Airmen Association, 4200 Floatplane Dr.



Do you need a gentle nudge to start or complete your private pilot ground studies? You’re not alone! This 8 session WOMEN ONLY ground school is designed to supplement your own study methods and provide support and accountability for those who enjoy the occasional group study environment.
– Meetings once a week, Wednesdays 9-11 am
– Orientation meeting on Nov 26th, 2019

Call Carol at (907) 350-6607 for more info!


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