This museum has some aircraft used in Alaska.
There are some stories of the airlines and pilots but it seemed very light in what happens in Alaska and the museum more approaches what flew where and when.
I'd expect a museum to go more in depth about conditions of flying in Alaska and what bush pilots went through. Even the commercial part of the museum I think should go more into daily lives of the industry and not so much how much cargo can be held in an airplane.
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