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Anchorage International Airport (PANC)
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Valdez Airport (PAVD)
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Departure Time Arrival Time
08:15 09:00
Aircraft Distance
C-46 108.702
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Leg 43 of Going Commando in Alaska. Leave Anchorage and head for Valdez. Anchorage is situated in the south central part of the U.S. state of Alaska. Average January low and high temperatures at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport are 11 to 23 Fahrenheit or 12 to 5 Celsius with an average winter snowfall of 75.5 inches. The 2011 2012 winter had 134.5 inches or 341.6 centimeters which made it the snowiest winter on record. Owing to its proximity to active volcanoes ash hazards are a significant though infrequent occurrence. The most recent notable volcanic activity centered on the multiple eruptions of Mount Redoubt during March April 2009 resulting in a 25000 foot or 7600 meter high ash cloud.
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