Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum and Lake Hood Floatplane Base
The Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum is on the south shore of Lake Hood, half a mile from the Ted Stevens International Airport. It displays Alaskan aviation history and artifacts.
The Lake Hood Floatplane Base (LHD or PALH) is the busiest seaplane base in the world, with over 87,000 takeoffs and landings a year, an average of 190 flights per day. It is 3 NM southeast of central Anchorage, located on Lakes Hood and Spenard. During the winter the frozen lake surface is maintained for ski-equipped aircraft. There are three seaplane landing area: E/W, N/S, and NW/SE. 761 seaplanes are based here.
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Last modified 2 October 2018