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Flight Circling, a fun way to explore the world and find places you might not know you’re supposed to be, is back with a new twist!
Flight Circles allow travelers to discover a new country each time they visit, using Google Maps to map their flight path.
Flight Circlings can also be used to explore popular landmarks in Alaska, such as the beautiful Ketchikan waterfall.
Flight Circle members can also find out more about a location via their virtual tour, like the one above.
Flight Charts are now available in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and New Zealand.
Flight circles will be available for purchase on the Google Maps app.
Flight Circlations can also also be found on the Alaska Airlines website.
The Alaska Airlines app has a full list of Circles available to explore.
If you’re interested in finding a flight circle to visit, check out the Alaska Circling website.
Flight circle tours can also start at less than $40 each, making them a great way to experience Alaska and Alaska Native culture.