Logan Airport and South Station might soon compete with a dock in Boston Harbor for New York bound travelers. If Dan Wolf, CEO of Cape Air has his way he will be offering NYC travelers trip via seaplane.
Cape Air CEO Dan Wolf says that he’d like to start flying seaplanes “within the next two years”… Wolf says that the trip from Boston’s waterfront to a seaplane dock on the East River in Manhattan would take about an hour and fifteen minutes, eliminating the travel by taxi or car to and from the airport in each city, not to mention lengthy security lines. “We’d like to start by doing four trips a day in each direction,” Wolf says, using a single-engine Cessna Caravan that seats nine passengers.
You can read the complete article on the Boston Globe’s BeteBoston site.