The Lake Hood Pilots Association was formed to promote safe and secure general aviation operations at Lake Hood in Anchorage, Alaska. We exist to promote and encourage the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to conduct fair, and equable management of airport land use including permit and lease aircraft parking, to provide a measured, constructive, and focused voice for the general aviation pilots of Lake Hood, and to promote a sense of community among the aircraft users of Lake Hood.
March 2018 UPDATE:
THE LAKE HOOD PILOTS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE AT 9 AM ON MARCH 24, 2018 at Keith Manternach's hangar, 3720 Bellanca Way, Unit B (formerly the Fishback hangar). Links to map and agenda.
The 2017 Lake Hood Pilots Association Annual Meeting & Pancake Breakfast took place on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 9:00am to 12:30 pm at the Manternach (former Fishback) Hangar (3720 Unit B, Bellanca Way) on Lake Hood. The meeting was open to the public, and featured the following presentations:
- Welcome & Announcements by Scott Christy, President Lake Hood Pilots Association
- ANC/LHD Tower Updates by Clint Blaszak FAA ATCT Supervisor
- “Newly Expanded MOAs south of the Alaska Range” USAF Captain Mark Callan
- “How to operate in JPARC MOAs” Tom George AOPA Alaska Regional Manager
- “Overview of the new BasicMed” Dr. Marcel Dionne, FAA Regional Flight Surgeon
- Side tables with representatives from Women in Aviation and vendors
- Door prize drawings for $200 in flying time for student pilots, and other items for members.