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General Interest

The ANI Flight that changed Antarctic Aviation

Twenty-five years ago Adventure Network International (ANI) made history by landing a privately operated wheeled aircraft in Antarctica.

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The Ilyushin Has Landed

ANI's first Ilyushin flight of the 2012 season landed safely at Union Glacier on Oct 30. Weather conditions were ideal for the landing and the Ilyushin crew reported that the runway was in excellent condition.

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Advance team arrive in Antarctica

ANI's advance team have arrived at Union Glacier, Antarctica. The ski aircraft arrived safely last night with our team on board, after a two-stage flight from Punta Arenas.

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Antarctic Weather Research

Antarctica is the highest, driest and most remote of all continents yet we know remarkably little about its weather and how it fits into the global picture. A new research project aims to change that...

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Extreme Antarctic Drilling

There is excitement in the air at ANI as we gear up for the new season, especially because of our logistic role in one of the top Antarctic science projects this year.

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Ski to the South Pole — Pulling It Together

Pulling together the details for a Ski South Pole expedition can be a challenge. How do you stay on track with all there is to do?

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Union Glacier Sports Extravaganza

All eyes are on London 2012 as the Olympic Games close and the Paralympic Games begin.

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Ski To The South Pole — Getting Started

Skiing to the South Pole is an incredible, life changing experience. But how to get started? And what’s involved?

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We're Moving!

We've outgrown our Salt Lake City office and are moving to a new, larger space, a few blocks away.

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Polar Medals Past and Present - Update

Congratulations to Chris Jacobs, our Field Facilities Manager, who has been honored twice this year in the United Kingdom. He was awarded the MBE and Polar Medal for outstanding achievement and service in the field of polar research!

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