Positioned in the vital Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay area, the Deadhorse Aviation Center (DAC) stands as a paragon of multifaceted aviation and logistics service. Originally serving CPAI’s Shared Services Airlines and now revitalized as Alaska Airlines’ operational hub, the DAC ingeniously amalgamates an array of functionalities including an airport terminal, an advanced aircraft hangar, and holistic cargo handling facilities. A robust medical center, encompassing an array of critical health services, and a sophisticated living quarter ensure an uninterrupted flow of operational and emergency medical services. A meticulous design integrates secure and non-secure cargo areas, simultaneously facilitating efficient freight transition and emergency medical operations. Technological prowess is evident through its comprehensive digital infrastructure, enabling RFID tracking from onshore to offshore operations, whilst environmentally considerate construction preserves the permafrost beneath. With recent expansions to accommodate Alaska Airlines, enhancing security and cargo handling capacities, the DAC reaffirms its pivotal role in Alaska’s aviation and logistic network, embodying operational, and service excellence in the northern frontier.