We revise the free Airstrip Map regularly to include user contributions and new airstrips. When we’ve made a significant number of changes, we will update the map data in the Tundra Pilot store.
Yes, customers that have previously purchased map data will receive a 70% discount on version updates.
To receive the discount, log in to your Tundra Pilot account. Discounts on previously purchased items will appear at checkout.
Tundra Pilot’s airstrips and VFR routes are proprietary creative content. To logically locate and reference information and GIS data on our sites, we have adopted the following unofficial naming convention.
All data and digital publication purchases are non-refundable.
Tundra Pilot does not guarantee the accuracy of the map data provided, but in general, the Airstrip Map was prepared using the best available GIS data from the following sources. Data was obtained February 2022.
All elevations in the web map are expressed in feet. Map elevation data sources are listed below.
Arctic Digital Elevation Model
USGS National Elevation Dataset
Global Multi-resolution Terrain Elevation
Land ownership can be difficult to classify if part of an airstrip is on private land, and part of it is on public land. In most cases, such airstrips are classified as “private” in our database. In some instances, airstrips on public land may be leased and closed to the public. This information is not included in our database. With user contributions, we will continue to improve the accuracy of the Airstrip Map. Land ownership data sources are listed below.
GeoYukon: Parcel Addresses, Land Dispositions, First Nation Settlement Land Surveyed, and Placers Claims and Leases.
If you’re having trouble with user verification, here are a couple of reasons that might be happening and some tips: