Cape Air flights & tickets

Cape Air is owned by Hyannis Air Service and operates out of Barnstable Municipal, in Barnstable, Massachusetts. Cape Airlines was founded in 1988, and use to service routes exclusively in Massachusetts but has expanded its destinations, adding an operational hub in Guam in 2004. Cape Air services flights to six cities in Massachusetts, three cities in Maine, five cities in New York, two cities in Illinois, four cities in Missouri, six cities in Montana, two cities in Florida, as well as Providence, Rhode Island, Rutland, Vermont, Lebanon, New Hampshire, and Owensboro, Kentucky. They also service flights to the British and United States Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands under the name United Express, in conjunction with United Airline. Flights between Hyannis, MA and Nantucket, MA are operated under the name Nantucket Air.

Cape Air has a fleet of 91 aircrafts, but they’re not your typical jumbo jets. The majority of Cape Air flights are serviced by Cessna 402 aircrafts. These small planes seat just 9 passengers, and all seats can be removed to convert these into cargo carriers. Flights to Micronesia utilize ATR 42-320 aircrafts, which seat 46 passengers. The small size of the these planes make group reservations and charter flights a reasonable option for those traveling in a small cohort.

Why Fly With Cape Air

Baggage Allowance

Baggage allowances on Cape Air flights depend on your destination. All flights allow for a free personal item, and a free gate checked bag. On Cape Air airline flights that do not connect to other flights serviced by different airlines such as United or American, passengers are allowed on free checked bag up to 50 pounds. Bags from 51 pounds - 70 pounds incur an additional fee, and bags cannot exceed 70 pounds. If you need to check more than one bag, it will cost per bag and weight. For those who hope to travel with their pets, make sure to contact the airline in advance because they limit the number of pets on each aircraft, so if another passenger is already traveling with their furry friend, you might be out of luck. There is a $10 pet fee each way.

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