San Juan Airlines (Anacortes, Washington) mainly operates Cessna 206s and 207s from Anacortes and Bellingham, Washington to the San Juan Islands. The company has issued this statement about a merger with competitor Northwest Sky Ferry. San Juan Airlines will be the surviving company:
Northwest Sky Ferry and San Juan Airlines have merged flight operations and in May will become the new San Juan Airlines. Both airlines have a long history of serving the San Juan Islands and the Pacific Northwest.
Since taking over Northwest Sky Ferry in 2009, owners Skip and Katie Jansen have adopted a highly effective customer-first policy inspired by their own experience with the airline long before they took over. “This acquisition will keenly position us to expand our flight schedule, accommodate larger parties, and offer more destinations to better serve our customers’ needs,” explains Northwest Sky Ferry president, Skip Jansen.
San Juan Airlines offers daily scheduled, charter and scenic flights serving the San Juan Islands, Bellingham, Anacortes, Port Angeles, Point Roberts, Seattle, British Columbia and beyond.
In Bellingham, the new San Juan Airlines will be flying out of the former Northwest Sky Ferry facility at 4167 Mitchell Way. In Anacortes, Friday Harbor and Eastsound, the new merged company will continue using the San Juan Airlines facilities.