Here at Pacific Airways, we offer several different types of services which all of our pilots
and passengers are able to take advantage of. Each service is made possible by a unique set of
flights and aircraft. You will find some more information below about each of the
different services we have available within the airline.
||Passenger Division (Pacific Airways)
The passenger (ATP) division is by far our largest and most active division, which we
primarily focus our operations on. Daily flights are available to hundreds of destinations across the world.
The aircraft operated by this division range from the Airbus A319 to the Boeing 777.
||Cargo Division (Pacific Cargo)
Our cargo division is responsible for transporting goods all over the globe on a daily basis. The three
hubs which cargo operations are based out of are New York, Los Angeles, and London. These hubs are known
as "super hubs" because they serve as bases for both passenger and cargo operations.
||Express Division (Pacific Blue)
Our express division, known as Pacific Blue, is our newest division. Previously
operated as Pacific Express, the new name brings an all new meaning to this division. The routes
primarily served by this division are generally shorter then the ones served by our passenger division.
Generally, they are under two hours in length and are flown with aircraft that seat less than 100 passengers.
||Float Plane Division
Based out of Anchorage, Alaska, originally with only a few flights available, our float plane division
has been expanded to serve dozens of remote airports across Alaska. However, Alaska is not the only
place where you will find float plane flights, other areas such as the Hawaiian islands now take
advantage of these aircraft. This division is unique because it allows us to service areas that
conventional aircraft are unable to land at due to the lack of an adequate airport.
While our helicopter service was only offered out of the Chicago hub at first, it is now possible to find
helicopter flights in several of our hubs. This division was created primarily to provide business executives
a way to destinations in major cities quickly and efficiently without having to deal with hassles such as traffic,
and also to offer sightseers an all new way to experience everything from downtown Chicago to the grand canyon.