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SEAIR Pacific Airlines


Seair Pacific Airlines was founded by Bill Lane and was originally established as Southport Floatplanes. From 1970 to 1985, the airline conducted joy flights over the Gold Coast, as well as float endorsement training and local charter.


From Southport Floatplanes, the name was changed to Sear Pacific Airlines when the airline was taken over by a new company in 1985, the O'Hare Corporation. Later in 1990, Peter and Julie Gash acquired ownership of the airline. From then, Seair Pacific Airlines started to specialize in scenic joy flights from the Gold Coast to Lady Musgrave Islands.


Based in the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, Seair Pacific Airlines is a charter air servicing Queensland. The Gold Coast Airport, an Australian domestic and international airport located at the Gold Coast’s southern end, is the main base of the Seair Pacific Airlines.


Seair Pacific Airlines is one of the largest charter flight operations in Southern Queensland. The airline offers tourist travel services from Gold Coast Airport, Hervey Bay, Redcliffe, Maroochydore, Rockhampton, and Bundaberg to the Great Barrier Reef’s Lady Elliot Island. The flight allows passengers to witness the scenic beauty of the reef from the air and underwater in one specialized flight. Since the airline caters to tourists, it has packages that can be customized according to the group’s number of members.


Going to Queensland and beyond, Seair Pacific Airline provides air transport solution that range from various services such as the following:
Scenic trips and leisure
Fly In / Fly Out services for crew and staff of remote mining sites
Business trips and corporate charters
Private and customized trips for special occasions
Freight services for the delivery of goods

Fleet Information

Currently there are 5 Cessna 208 Caravan aircrafts that can carry 12-13 passengers at a time and 3 Britten-Norman Islander planes that can hold up to 9 passengers at a time. These are the eight aircrafts that Seair Pacific fleet consists of currently. Earlier, Cessna and GAF Nomad were also used by Seair airlines but they are not it use anymore.
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