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Often operates in remote regions with inexperienced pilots
As a flight school operating in Alaska, inexperienced pilots who are still learning the ways of flying are bound to find themselves in remote regions with little-to-none reception available. Because of this, it was critical that Angle of Attack had a solution which could provide total coverage.
Industries: Tourism, Flight School
Location: Alaska, USA
Alaska is home to some of the most remote terrain on Earth. From soaring mountain ranges to frozen tundra, it’s spectacularly beautiful — but it’s not particularly hospitable when it comes to communication infrastructure. This poses quite the conundrum for Alaskan aviators like Chris Palmer, who runs a flight school called Angle of Attack in the tiny town of Homer, roughly 350 kilometres of Anchorage.
Angle of Attack offers online ground schools, checkride prep, and flight training for aspiring pilots, with an emphasis on navigating remote locations — and they use TracPlus to keep track of and communicate with their people and aircraft while they’re in the skies. Check out what Chris had to say about the value TracPlus brings to his business.
Having TracPlus is all about safety. That’s the reason behind every feature. Having the extra layer of safety in the remote reaches of Alaska, and even in our own backyard, is absolutely imperative in this day and age.
How Angle of Attack use TracPlus
TracPlus provides Angle of Attack with peace-of-mind in knowing that they can track, and communicate with their craft at any given time. Regardless of how remote the region they may be flying in at the time, the pilot is always reachable.