|Parent company||Mountain Bird, Inc.|
Salmon Air is a commuter airline based in Salmon, Idaho, United States which was established in 1968. Salmon Air's main hub is in Boise Airport. Other than charter flights, Salmon Air also offers scenic flights over Idaho's Bighorn Crags and Flying B Ranch. 
Salmon Air provides scheduled flights in the following cities:
- Salmon / Lemhi County Airport (serves Boise, McCall)
- McCall / McCall Municipal Airport (serves Boise, Salmon)
- Boise / Boise Airport (serves McCall, Salmon)
Salmon Air's fleet includes the following aircraft:
- Cessna 206 (5 passenger capacity)
- Cessna 210 (5 passenger capacity)
- Britten-Norman Islander (9 passenger capacity)
- Piper PA-350 Chieftain (9 passenger capacity)
Incidents and Accidents
- December 6, 2004: Flight 1680, a Cessna 208, was on a cargo flight for the United States Postal Service from Salt Lake City to Sun Valley when it crashed about 7 miles south of Bellevue. Both crew members were killed.
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- Salmon Air (official site)