Yes,It a very scary approach when the weather is bad(usually always is bad). Its usually very windy there.There's only an NDB approach and the runway is only 3,500ft long with water on both sides,and has mountains all around it.Basically its the shortest runway a 737 flys to in the world I think.
When the runway is icy,it makes for some really tough performance.Alaska Air crews recieve special training to fly into Dutch.But sadly,Alaska will soon be pulling out of DUT and the only airline flying there will be a PenAir SAAB 340 or Metroliner.This is due to the fact Alaska Airlines is unable make a profit on this route because many times the aircraft is unable to land due to weather and has to return to Anchorage(ANC
) which is about 3 hrs away.Sometimes passengers have to wait for days to fly to Dutch Harbor due to weather.
Also on takeoff,the weight has to be limited because the runway is so short.So sometimes they cannot take all the passengers and have to leave some passengers or cargo behind.
Hope this helps,if you have any other specific questions,just let me know....I'll try to post some pics later.