SeaPort Airlines Files for Government Approval to Begin Service from San Diego, CA to San Felipe, Mexico

San Felipe 1PORTLAND, ORE. (June 23, 2014) – SeaPort Airlines submitted its application today to the U.S. Department of Transportation to start service from San Diego, California in the United States to San Felipe, Baja California in Mexico. San Felipe would be SeaPort’s first destination in Mexico, expanding its current network of 23 airports across nine states. Service to San Felipe will also require approval by the Mexico Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC). SeaPort will file the requisite application with Mexico authorities shortly.

“SeaPort Airlines is committed to providing more destination options to our customers in Southern California,” said Rob McKinney, President of SeaPort Airlines “We’ve had a flood of requests from customers for flights to San Felipe and we’ve been listening. Our applications filed today are a first step toward our plans to bring direct air service between San Felipe and San Diego this fall.”

Service on the new route is slated to begin in November 2014 and will initially operate four times each week.  All flights will be operated with 9-passsenger Cessna Caravan aircraft.  Flight times and fares will be available on upon receipt of government approvals.

About SeaPort Airlines

Portland, Oregon-based SeaPort Airlines, Inc. operates daily scheduled flights in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, Oregon, Tennessee, and Texas. SeaPort Airlines reservations can be made by calling 888-573-2767, at, or through all major GDSs. The company currently has an interline ticketing and baggage agreement with Alaska Airlines and is working to establish similar agreements with other U.S. and international carriers. Follow SeaPort on Facebook and Twitter.

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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