Alaska Weather Cams

Anaktuvuk Pass
McKinley Park
Ruby Airport
Summit Airport

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The FAA in Alaska has been given the opportunity to employ the internet in way that will make the skies safer for the flying public.  To do this we will be using a relatively new technology.  This technology will allow us to display images taken from cameras located at remote locations around Alaska.  These images will allow pilots to see weather images updated as often as every ten minutes.  The cameras will be aimed to give the best indication of the weather in the direction most relevant to VFR traffic.  We have assembled a test site on the roof of the Federal Building in downtown Anchorage as a proof of concept.  Our first site at Summit Airport (near Windy Pass) was online March 1st, 1999 with the site at Dillingham following on the 31st of March.

Anaktuvuk Pass ] Anchorage ] Dillingham ] Galena ] Haines ] Kaltag ] Kodiak ] McKinley Park ] Ruby Airport ] Summit Airport ]

FlightCam has sites at [Anaktuvuk Pass] [Kaltag] [TC Melbourne] and [Ruby]

Our Mission

The mission of Alaska Weather Cams is to provide recent images from locations where weather observation does not exist.  These images will be updated as often as possible, given the limitations of the infrastructure at the given sites.


The FAA takes pride in providing the safest environment for air travel available in the world through the implementation of state of the art technology.


The images provided are not meant to replace official weather information and are provided as an additional source of information.  Actual conditions may differ due to the update frequency and/or optical distortion experienced at the individual sites.


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