|Focus cities||Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport|
Denver International Airport
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Northwest Alabama Regional Airport
|Parent company||Boutique Air, Inc.|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California, USA|
|Key people||Shawn Simpson (CEO)|
Boutique Air, Inc. is a commuter airline based in San Francisco, California. The airline offers charter services as well as scheduled passenger services subsidized under the Essential Air Service (EAS) program. In June 2019, Forbes ranked Boutique Air as the fastest airline in the U.S. 
The company was founded in 2007 by Shawn Simpson, an early employee of Google. It was originally an aviation technology company before it began acquiring a fleet of aircraft in 2012 through its holding company Targaryen LLC. It operated on-demand charters, pilot training, and air patrol services for government sectors using Cessnas before purchasing Pilatus PC-12 aircraft to operate its passenger charter flights.
In 2013 it received commuter air carrier authority from the United States Department of Transportation. Its first scheduled service was operated 2013-2014 between Hawthorne Municipal Airport near Los Angeles and McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. During that time, the company began submitting proposals to provide scheduled service to rural communities and regions under contract as part of the Essential Air Service program, and began its first flights between Clovis Municipal Airport in New Mexico and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in July 2014. The carrier has expanded further in New Mexico to include airports in Carlsbad, Los Alamos, Albuquerque, and Silver City. By the end of 2015, it flew 14 scheduled routes with an Essential Air Service airport destination.
In 2017, Boutique Air began a new car rental company, named Boutique Car. These services are typically used at locations without other car rental options and is being expanded across their route map. As of June 2019, four locations utilize this service (Carlsbad, Massena, Pendleton, Thief River Falls).
As of May 2019, Boutique Air serves the following destinations:
|Muscle Shoals||Northwest Alabama Regional Airport||MSL||Atlanta||EAS Community|
|Show Low||Show Low Regional Airport||SOW||Phoenix||EAS Community|
|Phoenix||Sky Harbor International Airport||PHX||Show Low
|Merced||Merced Municipal Airport||MCE||Sacramento
|Los Angeles||Los Angeles International Airport||LAX||Merced|
|Sacramento||Sacramento International Airport||SMF||Merced|
|Alamosa||San Luis Valley Regional Airport||ALS||Denver
|Cortez||Cortez Municipal Airport||CEZ||Denver
|Denver||Denver International Airport||DEN||Alamosa
|Telluride||Telluride Regional Airport||TEX||Cortez
|Scheduled commercial by request of the community | New one stop service to Phoenix via Cortez begins July 1, 2019.|
|Atlanta||Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport||ATL||Muscle Shoals
|Dodge City||Dodge City Regional Airport||DDC||Denver||EAS Community|
|Baltimore||Baltimore–Washington International Airport||BWI||Johnstown||EAS Community|
|Boston||Boston Logan International Airport||BOS||Massena||EAS Community|
|Minneapolis||Minneapolis/St Paul International Airport||MSP||Thief River Falls|
|Thief River Falls||Thief River Falls Regional Airport||TVF||Minneapolis||Boutique Car Location | EAS Community|
|Greenville||Mid Delta Regional Airport||GLH||Atlanta
|Chadron||Chadron Municipal Airport||CDR||Denver||EAS Community|
|McCook||McCook Ben Nelson Regional Airport||MCK||Denver||EAS Community|
|Albuquerque||Albuquerque International Sunport||ABQ||Alamosa
|Carlsbad||Cavern City Air Terminal||CNM||Albuquerque
|Boutique Car Location | EAS Community|
|Clovis||Clovis Municipal Airport||CVN||Dallas
|Massena||Massena International Airport||MSS||Boston||Re-selected contract due to the CRJ-200 not meeting federal operating requirements at Massena | Boutique Car Location | EAS Community|
|Johnstown||Johnstown–Cambria County Airport||JST||Pittsburgh
|Replacing Southern Airways Express on November 1, 2018 | EAS Community|
|Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh International Airport||PIT||Johnstown||Replacing Southern Airways Express on November 1, 2018|
|Pendleton||Eastern Oregon Regional Airport||PDT||Portland||Boutique Car location | EAS Community|
|Portland||Portland International Airport||PDX||Pendleton|
|Dallas/Fort Worth||Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport||DFW||Carlsbad
|Operates in DFW's Corporate Aviation TerminalHub|
|Houston||George Bush Intercontinental Airport||IAH||Victoria||Service begins November 1, 2018|
|Victoria||Victoria Regional Airport||VCT||Dallas
|Service begins November 1, 2018 | EAS Community|
|Hawthorne||Hawthorne Municipal Airport||HHR||Las Vegas|
|Inyokern||Inyokern Airport||IYK||Los Angeles|
|Oakland||Oakland International Airport||OAK||Merced|
|Alliance||Alliance Municipal Airport||AIA||Denver||Ended May 31 | EAS Community | Former Boutique Car Location|
|Los Alamos||Los Alamos County Airport||LAM||Albuquerque||Former EAS Community | Lack of enplanements, community decided to designate Santa Fe Regional Airport for passenger service|
|Silver City||Grant County Airport||SVC||Albuquerque
|EAS Community | Former Boutique Car Location|
|Albany||Albany International Airport||ALB||Massena|
|Henderson, Nevada||Henderson Executive Airport||HSH||Hawthorne|
|Las Vegas, Nevada||McCarran International Airport||LAS||Merced
|Nashville||Nashville International Airport||BNA||Greenville
Salt Lake City
|Daily nonstop round-trip flights to Salt Lake City and Denver. Ended Dec 31, 2017 | EAS Community|
|Salt Lake City||Salt Lake City International Airport||SLC||Moab
|Vernal||Vernal Regional Airport||VEL||Denver
Salt Lake City
|Daily nonstop round-trip flights to Salt Lake City and Denver Ended June 25 2018 | EAS Community|
|Washington||Washington Dulles International Airport||IAD||Massena|
As of January 2019, Boutique Air's fleet size was 32 aircraft:
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- Leeds, Kim. Cape Air to take over Montana Essential Air Service flights, Havre Daily News, September 6, 2013, Retrieved 2014-07-16
- Kahin, Vanessa. Municipal flights to Dallas/Fort Worth begin, Clovis News Journal, July 15, 2014, retrieved 2014-07-16
- Dunlap, Susan. Boutique Air announces flights to Albuquerque Archived December 29, 2014, at the Wayback Machine, Silver City Sun-News, December 25, 2014, Retrieved 2014-12-29
- Onsurez, Jessica and Katie England. Airport: Carlsbad now connected to Dallas/Fort Worth Archived 2015-05-22 at the Wayback Machine, Carlsbad Current-Argus, April 28, 2015, Retrieved 2015-04-28
- "Contact". Boutique Air. Retrieved 2019-06-09.
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS: Boutique Air, Inc. 5 3rd Street Suite 925 San Francisco, CA 94103
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