About The Airline
Cape Air has the privilege of being the largest commuter airline in the United States, serving 35 destinations with a fleet of 87 aircraft (as of October 2018). Cape Air's fleet is primarily comprised of 83 Cessna 402s, which have nine passenger seats, and an effective range of about 200 nautical miles. Cape Air in the Caribbean is a codeshare carrier for JetBlue Airways and United Airlines. Flights in the Northeast are codeshared with JetBlue Airways. In the Midwest, Cape Air's flights are codeshared with American Airlines. All Cape Air flights are sold under Cape Air's indigenous brand and 9K code. Cape Air has interline eticket and baggage agreements with Alaska, American, Delta, JetBlue and United. Cape Air itineraries are for sale on Expedia, Orbitz and Travelocity.
Cape Air was founded in 1989, and is privately held. Approximate 25% of the company is owned by the employees through an ESOP. The mantra of the company is Make Our Customers Happy and Have A Good Time Doing It (or "MOCHA HAGoTDI").