Assuming that you had the required ratings and enough hours logged, how easy would it be to get a career in aviation in Alaska? I’ve never really wanted to go the airline route, but I think it’d be awesome to fly a smaller aircraft such as a Kodiac Quest, a Cessna 207/208, a Beaver/Otter, etc. There are many different aviation operations in different parts of the state, so in general would it help if I racked up some tailwheel time as well? I realize the pay would be mediocre to start with. I recently saw an ad on Indeed for a second-in-command pilot of a Stationaire, and I believe the requirements were to have an IFR & Commercial rating and 2nd class medical and that was it, no 500 hours required (if I’m remembering correctly). But the annual was only around $30k. But something like that would be good to get in the door, I think.