Homer Airport is sandwiched between the town and the spit. With regular regional flights to Anchorage and a handful of local operators the airport serves as a gateway to many of the isolated communities across Kachemak Bay. The airport is built on a plateau and features approaches over open water and cliffs, and the view is spectacular! In addition to the main airport, Beluga Lake Seaplane Base (5BL) is also depicted for floatplane operations. The main PAHO Homer airport features many custom static aircraft types including an Era (Ravn) Alaska Dash 8, Bald Mountain Air DHC-6, Beluga Air DHC-2, and new custom Piper Cub models, as well as a superbly detailed interior model of the terminal. Both airports are tuned for AI operations and feature some very colorful and interesting static aircraft. This latest airport by Alex Goff is a must have base of operations for exploration of Southern Alaska.