About KENMORE AIR HARBOR, INC.
When a Kenmore Air Harbor plane lands on the water, there's no cause for alarm: The carrier uses old-style floatplanes to provide scheduled and chartered transportation of passengers and cargo in Washington State's San Juan islands and the Canadian province of British Columbia. The mainstay of the company's fleet of some 25 aircraft is the deHavilland Beaver, which was last manufactured in the 1960s; over the years Kenmore Air has rebuilt and modified more than 130 of the floatplanes, including some for other operators. Kenmore Air also operates planes that land on the ground, including the
Caravan. The company was founded in 1946.