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SeaPort Airlines was a regional airline based in the US and headquartered in Portland, Oregon. The airline operated scheduled services from it’s bases at Portland International Airport and Memphis International Airport and also Memphis International Airport.
SeaPort Airlines flew to many destinations including El Dorado, Harrison, Hot Springs, Burbank, Imperial, San Diego, Sacramento, Visalia, Great Bend, Salina, Kansas City, Portland and many others.
SeaPort Airlines was divided into three regions: Pacific Northwest, Mid-South and Southwest. The Pacific Northwest Service, based in Portland, focused it services on providing flights for commuters, particularly those between Seattle and Portland. The Mid-South service, based in Memphis, was subsidised by federal government under the Essential Air Service. This service provided daily flights (apart from Saturdays) between Salina and Kansas, which later expanded to include Harrison, Arkansas and Dallas Love Field from El Dorada and Hot Springs. The Southwest service connected Imperial / El Centro to San Diego and Burbank.
Portland San Diego
Hot Springs Portland
Before ceasing operations, SeaPort operated its services on the following aircraft:
Cessna 208 Caravana
Portland International Airport is the main airport serving Oregon and is the hub airport for Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air and SeaPort Airlines. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include American Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines.