The airline discontinue all scheduled service to destinations in California and Mexico Friday night.
Today, SeaPort announced the discontinuation of service in California, Mexico, Kansas and Missouri. Customers… https://t.co/62nHbtddx5
— SeaPort Airlines (@SeaPortAir) January 16, 2016
The company was forced to take this action because of the impact on SeaPort’s business and operations following the effects of the shortage of airline pilots in the United States, according to a media release.
Stations will be closed and service is to be ceased at each of the following cities:
• • Salina, KS
• • Great Bend, KS
• • Burbank, CA
• • San Diego, CA
• • Imperial, CA
• • San Felipe, BC (Mexico)
• • Sacramento, CA
• • Visalia, CA
• • Kansas City, MO
Customers with reservations for impacted routes will be issued a full refund for unused tickets, and should call 888-573-2767 if they have additional questions about their refund.
Current service in the Pacific Northwest, Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas will be unaffected and are expected to operate as scheduled and without disruption. Customers with reservations for flights in these regions will continue to receive the quality customer service and airline experience that they have come to expect from SeaPort Airlines.
Customer seeking refunds for discontinued routes should call 888-573-2767.