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SeaPort Airlines, Inc. Order 2016-4-5

About this Order

This consent order concerns violations by SeaPort Airlines, Inc., (SeaPort) of 49 U.S.C. § 41734 and 14 CFR Part 323, requiring the carrier to provide advance notice before ending, suspending, or reducing air transportation provided under the Essential Air Service (EAS) Program. In addition, SeaPort failed to comply with orders from the Department of Transportation (Department or DOT) requiring the carrier to continue providing basic EAS to three communities until another carrier could begin service to those communities.

Last updated: Tuesday, April 12, 2016