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Kesuk Charters Celebrates Three Years of Bush Flying!

Fairbanks, AK-Three years ago a start up cargo and passenger charter company sprung up out of what beautiful wilderness of Alaska. In the past three years we have watched Kesuk Charters develop into one of the most economically viable companies in Alaska. When we caught up with owner, Roger Bates, at Fairbanks International yesterday he was quoted as saying, “I never in my wildest dreams believed Kesuk would have grown and become as successful and diverse as it has today, three years wow!”

In the past three years Kesuk has serviced the many rural areas that exist in our beautiful state with the highest safety and business rating. Mr. Bates attributes this to the professionalism and attentiveness of all his employees. In the last three years, Kesuk has evolved from a small company to a company that keeps the rural small community economies stable or growing.

Although this is a great day for Kesuk to celebrate its glorious past, Mr. Bates, makes it a clear point that the future is bright for Kesuk because of that celebrated past. Kesuk. “I feel our brightest days are the days coming in the future” said Mr. Bates. When asked to elaborate, he left the future open to anything, because that’s the founding ideal behind Kesuk.

If you’re looking for a different and challenging VA experience, Kesuk may be for you. Kesuk’s pilots are held accountable for fuel, researching flights and finances as they would be in the real world, this is why Kesuk isn’t for everyone. With that being said Kesuk is also all about fun, how many VA’s can say they have charters that require a pilot to land on the road? We can! And it’s legal in Alaska! Come check us out! Whether you have a main VA or not; Kesuk is great as a main or a secondary VA to escape the heavies for a return simpler yet challenging flying in the beautiful backdrop that is Alaska!

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Kesuk Charters Hiring Bush Flying Adventure Seekers

Enjoy bush flying?    With the recent success of the Discovery channel’s hit series “Flying Wild Alaska”, and NatGeo’s popular “Alaskan Wing Men” series; bush flying appears to be gaining popularity in the flight simulation community.  The simple fact is Kesuk Charters has been doing it for two years.  Roger Bates started this project with the idea of taking a break from the big jets, and exploring the virtual world of Alaska in search of challenging flights.  Kesuk has an “on demand” charter system where pilots may request a charter never knowing where they will end up next till they get the assignment.  You could be taking fuel to a mine, delivering marine parts, taking scientists to a reserve, dropping off hunters, or delivering food, aircraft parts or mail.  They also have a realistic financial system in which they track everything from fuel, de-icing fluid to office supplies.  If you’re looking for a different way to challenge your skills stop by and check them out!!

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Kesuk Virtual Commences Operations

The underlying theme of every conversation these days is the economy. The economy has affected all of us in this nation and also the globalized economy. However the undertone of the Kesuk Virtual, opening ceremony at Fairbanks International Airport was that of promise, and industrial success.
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