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About Barrow

Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport, (IATA: BRW, ICAO: PABR, FAA LID: BRW) often referred to as Post/Rogers Memorial is a public airport located in Utqiagvik, the largest city and borough seat of the North Slope Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska.The airport is owned by the state. Situated on the Chukchi Sea at a latitude of 71.29°N, the airport is the farthest north of any in US territory. The airport is named after American humorist Will Rogers and aviator Wiley Post, both of whom died about 9 mi (14 km) away at Point Barrow in a 1935 airplane crash.

Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport has one asphalt paved runway (7/25) measuring 7,100 ft × 150 ft (2,164 m × 46 m).[1] For the 12-month period ending January 11, 2011, the airport had 12,010 aircraft operations, an average of 33 per day: 50% air taxi, 37% general aviation, 12% scheduled commercial and fewer than 1% military. At that time there were 8 aircraft based at this airport: 1 jet, 3 helicopters, 1 multi-engine, and 3 single-engine.

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Top Aircraft Types

# Flights Type
1 20 DHC2 BEAVERW
2 15 CT206H
3 7 U206G MK1-W
4 4 C185F-A1
5 3 DHC6-T PAX

Top Pilots by Flights

# Flights Pilot
1 40 Leon Vermeulen
2 29 David Glowacki

Top Pilots by Flights (month)

# Flights Pilot
1 11 Leon Vermeulen
2 1 David Glowacki

Top Pilots by Hours

# Time Pilot
1 35:38 David Glowacki
2 29:49 Leon Vermeulen

Top Pilots by Hours (month)

# Time Pilot
1 10:52 Leon Vermeulen
2 00:23 David Glowacki

Top Landings

# V/S A/C Airport Pilot
1 -71 ft/min PACD David Glowacki
2 -75 ft/min DHC2 PAAQ Leon Vermeulen

Top Landings (month)

# V/S A/C Airport Pilot
1 -75 ft/min C206 PABT Leon Vermeulen
2 -86 ft/min U206 8AK3 David Glowacki