• Bellair Airporter Shuttle Reignites and Returns to the Highways

    June 15, 2020
    Ferndale, Washington – Bellair Airporter Shuttle services reignite on Sunday, June 21, 2020, with
    business resuming and shuttles rolling down the highways once again.

    Shuttle service returns to the roads with five round-trips a day along the I-5 corridor between Bellingham
    and Sea-Tac Airport and two round-trips a day along the I-90 corridor between Yakima and Sea-Tac Airport. Service between Anacortes and Burlington along HWY 20 will return as travel trends increase. Paine Field shuttle operations remain suspended until the airport re-opens after a summer of renovations.

    “As people begin to return to travel, we are excited to be driving for them again,” said Bellair president
    Richard Johnson. “Although service is resuming with a limited schedule, I am confident that the schedule will continue to be expanded based on demand, latest CDC guidance, and government travel regulation. We are proud to continue working to provide an environment that allows travelers to ride with confidence and ease.”

    The company remains committed to providing excellent customer service from start to finish, including
    cleaning and sanitizing vehicles to the highest standards between each trip while paying close attention to high customer contact areas on each vehicle, contactless travel, and encouraging physical distancing.

    “As travel resumes, passengers can be assured that they won’t board a full vehicle. To help facilitate
    physical distancing we are committed to keeping a minimum of 40% of all seats on each vehicle empty,” said Johnson. Additional information about procedures in place to allow passengers to travel safely and confidently is available at Airporter.com/travel-confidently/.

    Bellair Airporter Shuttle is excited to provide multiple round-trips a day to Sea-Tac Airport and beyond
    so riders can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride! Additional information about shuttle services as well as group travel options can be found at airporter.com.