The -200Cs do most of the flying intra-state. Since they can be configured for pax and cargo they are invaluable to the smaller communities like OTZ, OME, BET, BRW, CDV, etc.
You can just get a great feel for a -200 if you wanna take one of the AS
milkruns that hops from Southeast Alaska up to Anchorage . . . if they still use the -200Cs there.
If not, take a hop up to Barrow or over to Bethel and back . . .
AS143 or AS145 . . .
AS41, AS43, AS45 . . .
That's the best way to see a -200C. You can also get some decent shots at ANC
, as you approach the Terminal, the AS
-200Cs are parked remote next to gate C9
. . . often with cargo door open, etc.
Checkout AlaskaAir.com and search for Anchorage to Nome, Bethel, Kotzebue, Barrow . . . those routes see a lot of the -200Cs
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