Nantucket Airlines

Fees

Quoted fare includes base fare, surcharges and 7.5% US excise tax and the following:

 

Travel within the United States:

  • Passenger Facility Charges of up to $9.00 each way
  • September 11 Security Fees of up to $2.50 each way
  • Federal Segment Tax of $3.70 per domestic segment. A segment is a takeoff and landing.


For travel between the Continental United States and Puerto Rico:

  • Passenger Facility Charges of up to $9.00 each way
  • September 11 Security Fees of up to $5.00 each way


For travel between the United States and international locations:

  • Passenger Facility Charges of up to $9.00 each way.
  • September 11 Security Fees of $2.50 per U.S. enplanement up to a maximum of $5.00 each way.
  • International arrival/departure tax of up to $20.00 for each arrival and departure in the U.S.
  • APHIS User Fee of up to $5.00.
  • Federal Inspection Fee of up to $7.00.
  • Airport Development Tax of up to $10.00 (Anguilla).
  • Airport Expansion Tax of up to $5.00 (Anguilla).
  • Hold Baggage Tax of up to $5.00 (Anguilla).
  • Non-U.S. government taxes of up to $39.00 each way.


Pets:

Pets fly free on Nantucket Airlines.

Baggage:

We accept 1 piece of checked baggage per ticketed passenger with a maximum weight of 50 lbs. and size of 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height) plus 1 gate checked bag sized to pass through TSA screening and which would fit into the overhead bin of a connecting flight jet aircraft. Excess baggage is transported on a space available basis and additional charges apply:

  • 1st bag - no fee
  • 2nd and 3rd checked bag: $25 per piece
  • Any bag between 51 - 70 pounds: $25 per piece

 

Cape Air currently markets and operates under its own designated code (“9K”), Continental Airlines’ code (“CO”), JetBlue’s code (“B6”), American Airlines’ code (AA”), and United Airlines’code (“UA), and participates in a variety of interline, code share and other marketing agreements with airline partners. For flights marketed and sold under the name and code of another airline, the baggage allowances and fees of the other airline apply throughout the itinerary, including the Cape Air portion.