Fly with Cape Air
Cape Air is one of the prominent airlines operating from Massachusetts, the United States of America. Its headquarters are located at Barnstable Municipal Airport. The airlines offer scheduled passenger services in Florida, North East, the Caribbean, Micronesia and Midwest. The airline also enjoys code sharing agreement with other carriers. The airline today enjoys a status of one of the largest regional independent airlines in the United States of America. The objective of the airline lies in offering utmost comfort to the passengers. Simplicity is the motto of the airlines.
Extraordinary spirit can be seen in the staff of the airlines and they are always geared to serve customers with great respect and humility. They try their level best to understand the needs and requirements of the customers and match the same with the help of their excellent services. They are carrying forward the legacy of “Make our customers happy and Have a good time doing it. The spirit still continues year after year.
In the year 1988, the airline company was co founded by pilots Dan Wolfe and Craig Stewart. Investment was done by Grant Wilson. At the time of its conception, the airline flew between Boston and Provincetown in Massachusetts. Slowly and gradually several new routes were added augmenting its network. FAR Part 121 Certification was launched in the year 2004 with Guam as a new hub. Fleet also underwent change and the new fleet comprised of three ATR 42 Turboprop aircraft. Expansion process of the airlines again started in the year 2007 towards Midwest and Northeast.
The partner airline of Cape Air is Nantucket Airlines.
Code Sharing Agreements
Cape Air presently has code-share agreements with United Airlines, JetBlue Airways and American Airlines.
The airline operates two ATR 42-320 and 69 Cessna 402 aircrafts.
Cape Air operates in several areas like New England, Florida, Caribbean, New York, Micronesia and Midwest.
Prominent Flight routes from Guam
Cape Air offers its service on various routes from Guam. These routes include Nantucket, Hyannis, Boston, Martha’s Vineyard, Prince town, Fall River, Lebanon, Albany and Rockland.
- As part of total checked baggage, 50 lbs per passenger is allowed
- The size of this baggage piece should not be more than 62 linear inches
- One gate checked baggage is also allowed
- Additional charges apply for excess baggage
- A personal carry out baggage is allowed with dimensions 18 in x 11 in x 7 in
- Baggage above 70 lbs in weight are not allowed
In Flight Experience
- For enjoying the pre-flight tranquility, the stewards and air hostesses extend support and help
- Seats are comfortable with suitable leg space
- In flight magazine of Cape Air namely Bird’s Eye View is available
- The magazine has six issues in a year