|Hubs||Wellington International Airport|
|Destinations||Blenheim, Nelson, Picton, Wanganui, Wellington|
|Headquarters||Picton, New Zealand|
|Key people||Cliff Marchant (Director/Owner), Andrew Crawford (Managing Director/Owner), Steve Handyside (Director/Owner)|
Sounds Air is a New Zealand airline based at Picton. Founded in 1986, Sounds Air operates four aircraft on scheduled flights between Wellington and Picton, Nelson, Blenheim and Wanganui. A service to Masterton is being considered. Sounds Air formerly served Kaikoura from Wellington, scheduled flights stopped in 2009. In addition to scheduled flights Sounds Air offer scenic flights over the Marlborough Sounds and Abel Tasman National Park.
Sounds Air operate the following aircraft:
Accidents and incidents
On 29 January 1996 Cessna 208 Caravan, ZK-SFA, crashed into the eastern slopes of Mount Robertson on approach to Picton Aerodrome at Koromiko after a flight from Wellington. All five passengers were killed, but the pilot survived. 
- Not an IATA allocation - issued for domestic use by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
- Not an ICAO allocation - issued for domestic use by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
- "Airline schedules more Nelson flights". The Nelson Mail. 2007-11-20. Retrieved 2009-02-06.
- "Timetables". Sounds Air. Retrieved 2009-02-06.
- "96-006". Aviation Reports. TAIC. Retrieved 26 Feb 2013.
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