SeaPort Airlines Reviews
The US-based regional airline based at Portland International Airport traces its roots back to 2008. The airline provides commuter services in the west of the USA and has a total of 7 destinations, particularly to (3) in Arkansas: El Dorado, Harrison and Hot Springs, (2) in Oregon: Portland and Pendleton, the last (2) in Memphis, Tennessee and Houston, Texas. SeaPort Airlines has 5-all Cessna 208 Caravan fleet. This aircraft type is a single-engined turboprop, fixed-tricycle landing gear, short-haul regional airliner and utility aircraft that is built in the United States by Cessna.
With the Cessna 208 Caravan fleet, 9 passengers can fit inside the single pilot aircraft. SeaPort Airlines uses the callsign “Sasquatch” to communicate with air traffic controllers. The carrier played off this in early 2013 when it introduced “Roger, The SeaPort Airlines Sasquatch” as the airline’s mascot. Following the company slogan “Hometown service. Worldwide connections,” SeaPort Airlines’ key people are the following:
- Timothy Sieber (President)
- David Perlitz (Director of Station Operations)
- Noel McDermott (Director of Operations)
- James Beebe (Chief Pilot)
SeaPort passengers are required to check-in, pick up their boarding pass and drop baggages at the ticket counter. We have friendly and capable staff to assist with check-in. Please be advised that passengers must show a valid government-issued ID at the time of check-in, and may be required to provide additional information to the customer service agent, including body weight and carry-on weight verification for aircraft weight and balance purposes.
In accordance to SeaPort Airlines’ policies, passengers should be checked-in no later than 30 minutes prior to departure to make a flight. Travellers arriving after the 30 minute cut-off will be re-accommodated pending seat availability.
Baggage allowance is up to 50 lbs. No checked bag is to exceed 62 linear inches in size. Each passenger may carry one personal item, such as a purse, camera bag or small electronic device, briefcase or small backpack. Carriage of e-Cigarettes and Marijuana is prohibited either for passengers or crewmembers because SeaPort Airlines operates under federal aviation regulations.
To grasp more of what it’s like on board with SeaPort. Check their “The SeaPort Experience” page:
The official site of SeaPort is easy to understand. As it is modernized, it’s not complicated to navigate the page. The main page promptly shows the company slogan and option to search and book for flights. The later part of the page gives passengers more travel deals they can look upon and information regarding the airlines’ services and policies. Travellers can also access information regarding SeaPort’s destinations and social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram shown at the bottom part of the page. SeaPort Airlines also has a separate page acting as their blog site for latest news and updates.
SeaPort doesn’t have a mobile application but the official site was actually designed to be compatible for either PC or Mobile versions.
SeaPort Airlines Reviews of Customers
It wasn’t hard to find SeaPort Airlines reviews online, but majority of them are for employee reviews such as on Indeed and and Glassdoor. Yelp had shown 34 SeaPort Airlines reviews which pretty much shared how it is like to fly with them. SeaPort might have promptly shown their policies and regulations but they aren’t as strict as they sound. As the most recent review said:
“The pilots even allowed us to sit in the pilot seat at the end to take some pictures with them (also in front of the Cessna).”
To see more of these SeaPort Airlines reviews and feedback, click here.
How To Reach Them?
- Website URL: http://www.seaportair.com/
- Contact Number: +1 503 970 49 78
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Head Office Address: 7505 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon, 97218, USA
At first I thought SeaPort Airlines was one of the major airlines in the United States. Knowing it’s a regional airline, I didn’t quite expect much from the airline. However, after writing this review and after reading through several passengers’ feedback, they are not your average regional airline. Who knows? It might be in the future. They’ll be next working side by side like their partner airlines Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines.
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