SeaPort Airlines operates Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. The PC-12 is a Swiss-built pressurized turbine aircraft typically found in corporate aviation but utilized by SeaPort Airlines in a commuter configuration. The world's best-selling turbine business aircraft, the PC-12 can shuttle you with comfort and speed previously available just to the jet-set. For more information on the PC-12, please visit www.pilatus-aircraft.com.
SeaPort Airlines also operates Cessna Caravan aircraft. Under production in the USA, the Cessna Caravan was designed to replace aging piston-powered aircraft, such as the De Havilland Otter, Cessna 402, and Piper Chieftain. Over 2,000 Caravans have been built logging a combined total of more than 12.5 million flight hours. The Caravan has a spacious cabin that seats passengers highlighted by a large aisle and generous windows for all around excellent visibility. The large cargo pod on the belly of the aircraft ensures plenty of baggage space. For more information visit www.cessna.com.