Cape Air flight status

History of Cape Air

Cape Air was founded in 1989 by Daniel A. Wolf, Craig Stewart, and Grant Wilson. Its headquarters is located in Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA and initially flew between Provincetown and Boston, Massachusetts. In 1994, Cape Air merged with its sister airline, Nantucket Airlines, and now offer hourly flights between Nantucket and Hyannis. Both airlines are being operated by the Hyannis Air Service, Inc. Cape Air has hubs in Barnstable Municipal Airport, Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, Billings Logan International Airport, St. Louis Lambert International Airport, and Nantucket Memorial Airport.

Cape Air Fleet

Cape Air has a fleet size of 92 which consists of 88 Cessna 402s and 4 Britten-Norman Islanders, both with a maximum passenger capacity of 9. Cape Air is the largest operator of Cessna 402, and it operates in the Carribean, Micronesia, and the United States. Cape Air is planning to replace its aging fleet of Cessna 402s with Tecnam P2012 Traveller, an Italian aircraft this 2019. The airline has ordered 100 of the aircraft and will be the launch customer of the Tecnam.

The Eviation Aircraft of Israel, also announced that Cape Air will be adding the electric Eviation Alice aircraft to their fleet by 2022.

Cape Air Interesting Facts

Cape Air has also been recognized internationally for their outstanding customer service and convenient flights, some of the recognition includes USVI Daily News Reader’s Choice Awards Best Flight Schedule Between the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, and Best Small Aircraft Serving the Virgin Islands in 2016, and was included in 2014 Top 10 Best Airline in the US by Conde Nast Travelers Readers Choice Awards.

Cape Air Flight Status: Arrival and Departure

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Cape Air Destinations

Cape Air flies to more than 30 cities and destinations across the Northeast, the Midwest, Cape Cod & the Islands, Eastern Montana, the US Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.

Cape Air is considered as one of the largest regional air carriers in the United States with over 500,000 passengers carried last year, and with up to 400 flights per day during peak season.

Cape Air has formed codeshare agreement with United, JetBlue and American Airlines. The interline agreement between JetBlue and Cape Air allows both of its customers to book seats in both airlines under one reservation in destinations from Boston’s Logan airport and San Juan, Puerto Rico to Northeast, Florida, and the Carribean. While United and American Airlines codeshare agreement with Cape Air allows its passengers to connect in the Midwest and the Caribbean.

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