SeaPort Airlines

Ceased Operations on 20-Sep-2016


SeaPort Airlines was a commuter carrier headquartered in Portland, OR. The carrier was established in 1982 as Wings of Alaska. SeaPort provided scheduled passenger services across the continental US and Mexico utilising turboprop aircraft. SeaPort Air Group LLC acquired the airline in 2008, and incorporated it's Southeast Alaskan services. In Oct-2015, SeaPort sold its Wings of Alaska assets to Fjord Flying Service, ending its operations in Southeast Alaska on 16-Oct-2015. By 20-Sep-2016, Seaport Airlines ceased all service operations and motioned bankruptcy proceedings from Chapter 11 to Chapter 7 of the US bankruptcy code. In Oct-2017, US Department of Transportation revoked certificate authority issued to Seaport Airlines, which authorised it to engage in interstate scheduled services, due to dormancy.

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