Pen Air
About PenAir Peninsula Airways, Inc. (dba PenAir) Company Facts

PenAir, founded in 1955 by Orin Seybert in Pilot Point, Alaska, is one of the oldest family owned airlines in the United States. The airline is also one of the largest regional airlines in Alaska and the Northeast U.S., and one of the largest operators of Saab 340 aircraft in the US.

Cities Served

Alaska (to/from Anchorage)

  • Cold Bay
  • Dillingham
  • King Salmon
  • McGrath
  • Sand Point
  • St. Paul
  • St. George
  • Dutch Harbor (Alaska Airlines service provided by PenAir)

NOTICE: Passenger service to/from Aniak and Unalakleet was temporarily suspended since December 24th, 2016. If you were booked for travel after that date, contact our Reservations department at 800.448.4226 to have your booking transferred to another carrier offering scheduled service.

East Coast (to/from Boston)

  • Plattsburgh, NY
  • Presque Isle, ME
  • Bar Harbor, ME* (seasonal summer service)

West Coast (to/from Portland)

  • Crescent City, CA
  • Arcata-Eureka, CA
  • North Bend, OR
  • Redding, CA
  • Klamath Falls, OR

Midwest (to/from Denver)

  • Scottsbluff, NE
  • North Platte, NE
  • Kearney, NE
  • Dodge City, KS
  • Liberal, KS
Company Facts
  • Type of airline: Regional, U.S. carrier.
  • Relative size of airline: second largest regional carrier in Alaska.
  • Founded: 1955, in Pilot Point, Alaska by Orin Seybert.
  • Headquarters: Anchorage, Alaska.
  • Ownership: privately/family owned.
    • CEO:¬†Danny Seybert.
    • President: Scott Bloomquist.
    • COO: Dave Hall.
  • Hubs:
    • Anchorage, Alaska.
    • Boston,¬†Massachusetts.
    • Portland, Oregon.
    • Denver, Colorado.
  • Number of PenAir employees: over 600.
  • Total destinations: 25.
  • Fleet:
    • Saab 340
      • Number in fleet:
        • Passenger aircraft (30-seat): 13
        • Cargo aircraft: 2.