Wings of Alaska

Many of you probably didn’t know that SeaPort Airlines has a sister brand, Wings of Alaska. Wings is the premier airline for Southeast Alaska, carrying people & their cargo safely and with the same high customer service standards as SeaPort Airlines in the lower 48. Wings has been around for a long time, and is quickly approaching its thirtieth birthday!

Wings of Alaska is one of few regional carriers  in Alaska that is a holder of the Medallion Shield, awarded only for top-tier safety practices. Much like those employed in the lower 48 by SeaPort, Wings staff are chosen because they are capable, kind, and eager to provide the best experience for our travelers.

As you’ve probably noticed, we’ve integrated Wings into the SeaPort RePort blog, to give our guests a better look into the entire SeaPort Airlines, Inc. operation and the wonders of Alaska. We’ve added a category to our blog posts, Wings ‘n’ Things, to highlight our Wings and Alaska posts.  Check out our Wings page or www.WingsofAlaska.com for more information on the Wings of Alaska operation.

I’d also like to note that we’ve added pages to the blog that allow you to Contact SeaPort or Contact Wings via e-mail with your comments, questions, concerns, and other feedback.  So take a look around!

About SeaPorter

SeaPort Airlines, Inc. offers scheduled passenger air service across 9 states. It’s air travel the way it should be – fast, friendly and convenient. Hometown service. Worldwide connections.
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