SeaPort Airlines now flies from Boise to Idaho Falls and Pendleton

Cutting the ribbon for SeaPort Airlines’ two new routes from Boise were the airline’s owner Rob McKinney, Boise Mayor Dave Bieter, and Boise Metro Chamber CEO/Airport Commissioner Bill Connors. A cake was baked to welcome the first passengers. With the help of the airline’s marketing coordinator Claire James, McKinney then drew the lucky winner of two round-trip tickets.

  • SeaPort Airlines, the US regional airline operating 9-seat Pilatus PC-12 aircraft, launched two new routes from Boise, ID (BOI) on 18 July. The airline now flies 22 times weekly – four times daily on weekdays and twice on Sundays – to Idaho Falls, ID (IDA), a distance of 335 kilometres east. The same day, SeaPort also launched a route to Pendleton, OR (PDT), 315 kilometres to the northwest. That service operates three times weekly.


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