FS2004 Scenery - PAII, AK96, AK36 And 9A8 in Alaska (AK), USA.
Ugashik 9A8, Egegik PAII, Bartletts AK96, and Coffee Point AK36, are all in the Alaska peninsula that points down towards the Aleutians.
Grant Air run scheduled flights to the two permanent settlements, and there are irregular scheduled flights and charters to the others according to demand. Ugashik is a permanent settlement 60 miles northeast of Port Heiden, stretched out along the east bank of the Ugashik River. The (newer) airfield is at the northern end of the village with a gravel runway 3,500 feet long aligned 06-24.
Egegik is the second permanent settlement, 45 miles north of Ugashik and 40 miles southwest of King Salmon, on the east bank of the Egegik River. The airport is a mile and a half south of the town with two gravel runways, 12-30 at just under 5,600 feet and 03-21 with 1,500 feet; both are lit.
On the other side of the Egegik River are more canneries and two airfields, both of which have two runways but are otherwise entirely without facilities or luxuries such as lights. They are called Bartletts (named for the cannery it serves) and Coffee Point (named for the location).
By Roger Wensley.