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NWESRP Northwest Emergency Seaplane Response Plan

CSPA supports the use of seaplanes to help in emergency situations.  Although Oregon and Idaho have only a few seaplane pilots and even fewer seaplanes, their assistance during a major disaster could help save lives. Below is additional information about what other regional organizations are doing to be prepared in a major disaster and what you can do to be better prepared.


contact: Sky Terry, Northwest Seaplane Regional Coordinator,

               cell: 425-737-3923     satnolimits@comcast.net

Emergency Seaplane Response Plan (ESRP) concept and active locations map. - Google Maps

Float Planes SAR CAP Alaska
 CAP Alaska also on FaceBook.
Emergency Volunteer Air Corps.

Here is a link to Aero Bridge, a volunteer aviation organizion providing relief within 1,000 miles of the US border.

Aero Bridge

One thing you can do is sign up to receive public alerts for the area where you live.
Sign up for Public Aerts

 Read about what the Seattle area is doing to be prepared.
Lake Watcom on King 5 News

AOPA GA flights help hurricane relief effort