U.S. Sectionals: Anchorage, Billings, Chicago, Detroit, Great Falls, Green Bay, Juneau, Ketchikan, Omaha, Seward, and Twin Cities.
Canadian Sectionals: Atlin, Calgary, Kitimat, Prince George, Regina.
Terminal Area Charts: Anchorage, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, and Minneapolis.
World Aeronautical Charts: Canadian D-12, E-15, E-16, F-21; Alaskan CD-11, CD-12, CE-15; WAC 22; WAC CF-16, CF-17, and CF-18.
Airport Facility Directories: East Central, North Central, Northwest.
IFR Low Enroute Charts: L-11/12, L-23/24, L-9.
Terminal Procedures: East Central, Volumes 1, 2, and 3; North Central, Volumes 1 and 3; North West, Volume 1.
Sporty's wants almost $350 for these charts. And this list doesn't inlcude some other important items you want: Canadian Flight Supplement (essentially a single volume AFD), Canadian airport instrument approach charts, etc. Also, because the Chart Doctor assumes a great circle direct route, and we're flying the Alaska Highway, there's more Canadian sectionals needed: Calgary, Edmonton, Fort Nelson, Fort Simpson, Klondike, and Whitehorse. And, the Alaska Highway Visual Navigation Chart. Look for yourself:
Then, don't forget: The Milepost, The Alaska Airmen's Logbook, and, for once we get there, Alaska For Dummies.
Frankly, that's a lot of charts. And money. But, it would be foolish not to get the required charts. I'm just worried about how much they are all going to weigh. Maybe I should get an electronic flight bag instead! Nah, that's too much, right? Oh well, at least there are places cheaper than Sporty's to get some of these charts.