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Cape Air Schedule and Information

About Cape Air: Cape Air began flying scheduled commercial flights between Knox County Regional Airport (RKD) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) on November 1, 2008. Cape Air offers low fares and a convenient flight schedule to Boston and beyond, with at least 6 daily non-stop flights in the summer and 3 daily non-stop flights in the winter. Cape Air partners with JetBlue, which means that you can book a connecting itinerary to or from the Knox County Regional Airport (RKD) on if you are looking to travel beyond Boston. Cape Air also interlines with most major carriers, so your bag can transfer automatically between your RKD flight and your connecting flight(s). Interline itineraries can be purchased on

Rockland Ticket Office: Cape Air operates a ticket office in downtown Rockland, at 436 Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 which is open Monday – Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday 9am-1pm to assist you with your airline reservations.

Ridership on Cape Air at Knox County Regional Airport has steadily increased over time, and in 2012 broke records from at least as far back as 1985.

Rockland Enplanements on Cape Air

Year Passengers
2014 6633
2015 6582
2016 7081
2017 6807
2018 6785
2019 6733

Source: Cape Air

These positive trends contrast sharply with the state-wide and national aviation trends. Cape Air’s ability to attract more passengers--even during these trying economic times--is attributable to their low fares, convenient schedule, reliability and strong customer service.  Come try Cape Air and Knox County Regional Airport!

To book: or 1-800-CAPE-AIR.

Send comments to the Knox County Regional Airport Manager, Jeremy Shaw, at 207-594-4131 or