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    Join us in the capitol city to meet face-to-face with our state legislators and administration!

    Every year, the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce and its members go on a two-day trip to Juneau to inform legislators and the administration of our advocacy priorities and concerns.


  • In 2018, we will go to Juneau to advocate for the creation of a comprehensive, long-term, sustainable fiscal plan for the State of Alaska, and to advocate in support of the ‘Stand for Alaska’ initiative and to inform fellow Alaskans of the real dangers of the potential ‘Stand For Salmon’ ballot initiative.

    From the health of the state economy to the ability to develop and deliver projects without running into cumbersome regulatory road blocks, determine the ability of businesses to grow and thrive in Alaska and in the Interior.

    Please consider coming to Juneau with us to advocate for a healthy economic future for Alaska!


    The typical two-day itinerary includes group meetings with legislators, administrative leadership, department commissioners and a hosted reception. All the meetings are pre-arranged by the Chamber staff. We place attendees in small groups and make sure that first-time participants get paired with experienced ones.

    Also, the Chamber will bring the group together before we fly to Juneau, where everyone is briefed on the details with the opportunity to ask questions and share information with each other. 

    Sponsors are featured on all Fly-In marketing materials leading up-to and during the event. Sponsorship packages include these benefits:

    • Recognition at weekly business luncheons leading up to and after the event;
    • Logo on the Fly-in Webpage on the Chamber’s website;
    • Logo on Fly-In email invitations and reminders sent to over 1000 Chamber members and subscribers;
    • Logo on the Juneau legislative reception invitation sent to the Governor, administrators and legislators;
    • Logo prominently displayed during Chamber Fly-In meals and at the legislative reception in Juneau. 

    Your $500 sponsorship support ensures the success of the annual Juneau Fly-In.  Thank you to all past sponsors, and to upcoming sponsors, we look forward to working with you!

       Click HERE to sponsor the Fly In!   

    The Baranof Hotel reservations information:

    Group block reservations need to be made using our 1-800 number

    By phone:

    1-800-544-0970 - Group Name: "Fairbanks Convention & Visitors 2018


    Group code: FAIR2018  

    Discount Rate:

    $169 for a standard room

    and Premium King $189 / King suite Rate $199



    Start Date:  2/13/2018       End Date: 2/16/2018

    *** 1/13/2018 - After this date attendees can book rooms at the corporate rate, provided there are rooms available in the hotel. ***


    Fairbanks To Juneau:

    Departs Tuesday, Feb 13 at 5:00 pm and arrives at 9:44 pm on Alaska Airlines flight 685 and 70.

    Juneau To Fairbanks:

    Departs Thursday, Feb 15 at 1:44 pm and arrives at 7:15 pm on Alaska Airlines flight 65 and 2811.

    Tuesday, February 13:

    All Day: arrive in Juneau and check-in to hotel

    Wednesday, February 14:

    8:00 am – 9:00 am –       Breakfast with Commissioner Andy Mack, Natural Resources

    9:15 am – 10:30 am –     Legislative Meetings

    10:30 am – 11:00 am – Seated for Joint House and Floor Session

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm – Joint House and Floor Session

    12:30 pm – 1:30 pm –    Lunch at Hangar on the Wharf

    1:30 pm to 4:30 pm –     Legislative Meetings

    5:00 pm – 7:00 pm –       Legislative Reception at the Juneau Douglas Museum

    Thursday, February 15:

    8:00 am – 9:00 am –       Breakfast with Commissioner Marc Luiken, DOT&PF

    9:30 am – 11:00 am –     Legislative Meetings

    11:00 am – 12:00 pm – Prepare for Juneau departure

  • #1: Balanced Budget

    Government leaders need to pass a responsible budget, in a timely manner, balancing state revenue against expenses. Alaskans need a comprehensive, long-term sustainable fiscal plan promising state funds to essential programs while looking ahead to strategic investing that will promote long-term economic growth. 

    #2: Support Stand for Alaska Coalition

    Stand for Alaska will work to inform fellow Alaskans of the real dangers of the potential ballot initiative, namely the creation of a job-killing, community-damaging regulation that would hurt the state’s ability to develop many of its natural resources and likely do nothing to improve fish protections.