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Dan Wolf

Cape Air’s Founder & CEO
 

Daniel A. Wolf founded Cape Air in 1989 with one route between Boston and Provincetown, eight employees and a first-year total of just 8,000 passengers. Today, Cape Air, along with sister airline Nantucket Airlines, is the largest commuter airline in the United States. Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines’ fleet of Cessna 402s and ATR-42s fly to some of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines is partly an employee-owned company with a workforce of approximately 1,000 serving more than 626,000 passengers a year.

Dan’s secondary education was at Germantown Friends School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania followed by a bachelor’s degree in Political Philosophy from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. At the Quaker School of Aeronautics he received a degree in Airframe and Power Plant Maintenance. He has worked as a community and union organizer in the Boston area and managed the Chatham Municipal Airport, where he also worked as a flight instructor and aircraft mechanic. 

Dan continues to stay current with his Air Transport Pilot license and flies as a pilot for Cape Air on weekends when his schedule permits.

As a business and community leader, Dan has served on many of the region’s most important non-profit and civic organizations, including the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce (as President for one term), the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, the Federal Reserve Bank’s board of advisers, and many others.  He currently serves on the board of Housing Assistance Corporation of Cape Cod, the executive committee of the Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, the Cape Cod Economic Development Council, and the Cape Cod Business Roundtable. Under Dan’s leadership, Cape Air has received recognition for being one of the most philanthropic companies in southeastern Massachusetts.

Dan was elected in November 2010, 2012 and 2014, respectively, to represent Cape Cod and the Islands in the Massachusetts State Senate, where he served from 2011 through 2016. Each term, Dan was appointed as the Senate Chair of the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development, focusing on legislation around labor, workplace safety, and workplace development. As Senator, Dan answered invitations to join policy conversations at The White House, and to speak at the Brookings Institution in DC on campaign finance reform and at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Maryland. 

Dan resides with his wife, Heidi Schuetz, in Harwich, Massachusetts. He enjoys a morning bike ride daily and traveling to visit his three grown daughters.

 

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Cape Cod & the Islands


Cape Cod was where it all started for Cape Air, and we still have our roots planted in Hyannis with our corporate headquarters. We're proud to serve the beautiful Cape & Islands year-round.

Northeast


Our wings cover the best of the Northeast, with daily, year-round flights from our hub in Boston to VT, NH, ME and NY.

Midwest


Our hub at St. Louis serves Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky.

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Montana


If time is money, save both. Our fast flights across Eastern Montana from our hub in Billings will get you to your destination in a fraction of the time it takes to drive. Later Lonesome Road!

Caribbean


With up to 100 flights a day in Puerto Rico, the USVI and the BVI, you have the flexibility to fly when you want to, and easily connect with major carriers.

Micronesia


Our "first flight of the day" is always from our hub in Guam. Operating as United Express, we serve the islands of Guam, Rota and Saipan. To book Micronesia flights, visit united.com.

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