Yute Air Alaska serves dozens of remote Alaskan villages with a fleet of 12 Cessna 207s and a single Cessna 172, and every trip involves at least one gravel strip landing. Three of the 207s will reach 30,000 hours in the next few months. AVweb‘s Russ Niles spoke with Matt Sullivan, the airline’s assistant director of flight operations, about tough airplanes and the tough people who keep them going.
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