The MAKS International Aerospace Show is one of the largest international air and space expos.
We made it!
Located almost halfway along the Soviet stretch of the Alaska to Siberia route, Yakutsk was chosen as an administrative center.
After a 12-hour flight, we finally reached Russia. The first checkpoint on Russian land was the city of Anadyr.
What do you imagine when you hear “Alaska”?
The Canadian city of Edmonton, Alberta, is known as the “Gateway to the North”.
Over the weekend, the Great Falls International Airport became an aviation museum.
Despite its name, the Alaska to Siberia route starts in the small city of Great Falls, Montana, located not far from the Canadian border.
On July 11, Warplanes to Siberia hosted a press at event at the Seattle Museum of Flight in celebration of the city’s contributions.
On July 8, two cities hosted press conferences dedicated to the revival of the historic Alaska to Siberia route.