Fly with Kenmore Air
Kenmore Air is a U.S. based privately owned carrier headquartered in Kenmore, Washington. The airline is a major operator of charter sea planes to destinations covering southwestern British Columbia and western Washington. Apart from operating seaplanes, Kenmore Air also conducts scheduled services to other destinations on the land. The airline is also renowned for offering seaplane flight-seeing opportunities around Seattle. Presently, Kenmore Air has two hubs for conducting its flight operations. The airline uses the terminal located on Seattle’s Lake Union for operating its seaplanes. The airline provides land planes service from its hub at Boeing Field/King County International Airport in Seattle.
Kenmore Air presently owns a fleet of 25 small aircraft. All of these aircrafts are single class. Some aircrafts can accommodate only three passengers, while others up to 8 to 10 passengers
In-flight Services and Amenities
Kenmore Air is a no-frills airline and operates only short duration flights. The airline’s De Havilland Beaver & Turbine Seaplane can only accommodate six passengers. Kenmore Air’s Cessna 180 Seaplane can only carry three passengers. The airline’s De Havilland Otter Seaplane is able to fly only 10 passengers. The Grand Caravan and Cessna Caravan Wheel planes are used to operate land plane services out of Seattle’s Boeing Field/King County International Airport. These two aircrafts are essentially a passenger/cargo aircraft and can carry eight to ten passengers.