the Alaskan (Bush Pilot) Division of Bluegrass Airlines. So, you like flying from
unprepared airstrips and in aircraft that you could land and take-off in under 1000 feet?
Well, this is the place for you. The Division re-creates the type of flying
in the wilds and wilderness of Alaska and Canada that only the brave or insane
undertake. For those who enjoy some of the greater luxuries of a prepared airstrip
or even an airport, there is some of that as well.
This is a world where short take-off and landing (STOL) is king. The
Cessna 172 'Skyhawk', Cessna 180 'Skywagon', Cessna 206 'Super Skywagon', DHC-2 'Beaver',
DHC-3 'Otter' and many others opened up the wilderness area covered by the Alaskan (Bush
Pilot) Division. You can even enjoy the space and luxury of flying aircraft
like the Beechcraft Model 18 'Twin Beech, Curtiss-Wright C-46 'Commando', and Douglas
There is no bidding and no
restrictions. You fly when and where you want and as much as you can.
If you are interested in joining Bluegrass Airlines and flying the Alaskan (Bush Pilot)
Division routes, fill in the application form by clicking on the application link on the
left of this page.
Any queries regarding the Alaskan (Bush Pilot) Division, or Bluegrass Airlines in general,
can be directed via the Forum at the link on the left of this page or in an email to bluegrassairlines(at)hotmail.com
(replace (at) with @).