Kodiak Tapestry: Airlift Alaska assets purchased by Island Air - Kodiak Daily Mirror: Mike Rostad

Kodiak Tapestry: Airlift Alaska assets purchased by Island Air

Posted: Friday, February 17, 2017 9:00 am

Wes Osowski, owner and pilot of Airlift Alaska (formerly known as Servant Air) has closed shop. Those who go to the Airlift terminal to check in will be directed to Island Air across the lot.

Osowski assures his customers that he and fellow pilots Tony Azuyak and Jim Miller will continue bringing people to their destinations in planes they are familiar with. However, these pilots will now be flying under the banner of Island Air, which bought the assets of Airlift.

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