Thursday, June 11, 2015
The Kenmore Air Story
Chuck Perry, Chief Pilot
A short overview of the origins and continuing innovations of the largest seaplane airline in the USA, in continuous operation since 1946. Also a few float flying stories from his early days in Ketchikan.
BIO: Chuck Perry has been flying seaplanes for almost 30 years. He was raised in Ketchikan and learned to fly in the challenging weather of Southeast Alaska. He was the Director of Safety at Promech Air in Ketchikan before coming to work for Kenmore Air in 2002. He was appointed as Asst. Chief Pilot in 2004 and in 2012 he become the Chief Pilot for Kenmore Air. He enjoys flying seaplanes throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada.