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Invest in Northern Pacific Airways

The Newest Trans-Pacific Airline!

$6,922,381

of a $7,000,000 goal
INVESTMENT TERMS
$150M valuation cap Convertible Note
$250, $500, $1K, $5K, $10K, $50K, $100K, $500K, $1M, $5M
LEAD INVESTOR
Chairman of the Board
The whole team has been amazing at the one thing that matters most in the aviation industry: execution. Getting Ravn back on track (and growing) through COVID-19 has been impressive, and getting DOT economic authority and everything else in place for Northern Pacific is even more so! It's an audacious goal and an amazing strategy, and I firmly believe these are the right guys, and this is the right time, to pull it off. My conviction is high enough that I've invested more in this than anything else, ever.

Highlights

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🌎 Using Anchorage as hub between Asia & U.S. unlocks low-cost model.
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🧑🏼‍🤝‍🧑🏻 Doing $90M in 2022 just from Ravn Alaska, its regional airline also based in Anchorage.
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💲 High fuel prices increase Northern Pacific's cost advantage.
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📈 Icelandair ($1.5B revenue per year) proves the potential of one-stop, hub-and-spoke model.
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💸 Total Addressable Market of $20B for trans-Pacific air travel.
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✈️✈️✈️✈️ Four 757-200 aircraft acquired already. More coming soon.
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🔮 By 2026, projecting: 50 aircraft, $1.3B revenue, $120M profit per year (not guaranteed).

Our Team

We have a unique structural advantage in doing "Icelandair for Asia" as the largest regional carrier in Alaska. We also believe our timing is perfect with pent-up leisure travel demand and the re-opening of Korea and Japan. We think it's an amazing opportunity not just for our airline, but for Alaska itself and the world's connection to it!

Welcome to the Northern Pacific

We bought Ravn, the regional airline of Alaska (since 1948), out of bankruptcy in 2020.

Our revenues were ~$50M in 2021, and are on pace for ~$70M in 2022.

But for 2023, we have much bigger plans.

This year, we renamed the airline Northern Pacific Airways, and are launching transpacific flights (with a stopover in Alaska, per the Icelandair and Copa Airlines model) between the lower 48 and Japan and Korea in 2023! See our new site at np.com for details.

Our timing could not be better.

Not just because of the opening up of Japan and Korea and backlog of "revenge travel", but also the lower cost to acquire aircraft, plus some matters out of our control... as discussed in this video (with 4M views):

We just received authority from the U.S. Department of Transportation to operate 8 large jets. We have already acquired four 757-200s and are in the process of getting them re-certified for flight operations. We expect to be fully FAA certified by December/January.

And so, we are taking this opportunity to let our friends, family, customers, and all Alaskans to participate in the next step in the evolution of Alaskan aviation!

The Deck:

Forward looking projections cannot be guaranteed.

Forward looking projections cannot be guaranteed.
Forward looking projections cannot be guaranteed.

Overview