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To All Our Shoreline Aviation Customers —
We want to thank you for making the past 40 years such a wonderful adventure. It has been our pleasure to serve you.

As of April 1st, 2020 our seaplane operations have ceased to operate. 

We wish you all clear skies and fair winds.

With gratitude —

The Kelly Family

From Our Blog

Cape Air’s Twin Tower Gardens

In an effort to get the whole Cape Air crew to eat their vegetables, we took advantage of the massive skylight in our lobby entrance to install two aeroponic Tower Gardens. So far we’ve grown lettuce, kale, Swiss chard, tomatoes, cucumbers, basil and peppers. Aeroponics evolved out of the hydroponics method of growing plants and…

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Cape Air’s Cold Weather Seaplane Operations

Not all of Cape Air’s seaplanes go south for the winter. Believe it or not, there are still some people who want to fly even in cold weather. Although we keep at least one airplane operational in the New York area all winter, it doesn’t mean we can always fly. Some years an early hard…

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Bahamas day trip by seaplane - shells found in the Abacos.

Bahama Treasures – SeaBird Air Day Trip by Seaplane

If you’re going to The Bahamas, consider the Abacos  and the smaller barrier islands to their east, known as the Loyalist Cays, for a great day trip by seaplane. The Abacos are often called the jewel of The Bahamas and it’s no wonder. The pace is slower than Freeport or Nassau and the locals are…

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