SeaPort plans first international flights to Mexico

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Portland-based SeaPort Airlines has applied to the US Department of Transportation for authority to begin service between the USA and Mexico.

The carrier plans to begin scheduled flights between San Diego and San Felipe in Baja California in late 2014, operating four times weekly. There are currently no scheduled airlines serving San Felipe.

SeaPort operates on only domestic routes currently, and says it will begin additional service to Mexico in 2015 from San Diego, Phoenix and Tucson.

The carrier operates eight Cessna Caravans and one Pilatus PC-12, Flightglobal's Ascend Fleets database shows.