The workhorse of the Cape Air fleet is the Cessna 402, which serves the majority of the destinations in the Cape Air route network.
The 9-passenger 402 allows for increased frequency, meaning robust schedules that let you fly when you want to, not when you have to.
Britten-Norman Islander (BN2)
The fixed-gear Britten-Norman Islander, or BNI, is perfect for accessing airports with shorter runways, which is why you'll see it flying some of our Caribbean island routes. The BNI has also been used on our Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard routes during the summer seasons.
The largest aircraft in the Cape Air fleet is the ATR-42, which we operate as United Express, serving the islands of Guam, Rota and Saipan.
Tecnam P2012 Traveller
An exciting milestone in Cape Air's history was reached in September 2017, when we announced the order of 100 Tecnam P2012 Travellers. The Traveller is expected to be introduced to the Cape Air fleet beginning in January 2019 with the delivery of the first 20 aircraft.
The 11-seat Traveller, equipped with the latest avionics from Garmin, the new G1000 Nxi and powered by two 375 HP Lycoming piston engines, has been designed from the start to be a very versatile and flexible aerial platform.