|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.
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 IATO 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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