Alaska Aviation System Plan Backcountry Airstrips Survey
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is currently seeking comments to help prioritize and define uses of selected Alaska backcountry airports, but we need your help! All responses must be completed by Monday, May 10th, 2017.

Backcountry airstrips are a vital piece of the airport system across Alaska. The Alaska Aviation System Plan (AASP) is examining their uses and needs in support of a plan to ensure their preservation. Backcountry Airports are generally defined as airstrips that have been improved or marked as landing areas, are open to public use, are not eligible for FAA funding, are not primarily associated with a particular community, and are generally remote.

Question 1: Do you ever use backcountry airstrips in Alaska?
If you answered "No" to the above question, please explain why here.
Your answer
Question 2: Approximately how often do you land at backcountry airstrips?
(If you answered "No" to Question One, please proceed to Question Seven.)
Question 3: What issues concern you the most regarding backcountry airstrips in Alaska?
Your answer
Question 4a: Are the backcountry airstrips you visit generally in need of vital repairs or maintenance?
Question 4b: Would you be interesting in volunteering to help maintain backcountry airstrips?
Question 5: How do you find information regarding backcountry strips? Select all that apply.
Question 6: Why are backcountry airstrips important to you? The reasons listed below could apply to either commercial or private operations. Select all that apply.
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