Twin Cities Air Service

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Twin Cities Air Service
IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsAuburn/Lewiston Municipal Airport
Focus citiesPortland International Jetport
Fleet size5
HeadquartersAuburn, Maine

Twin Cities Air Service is an American fixed-base operator and charter airline based at Auburn, Maine and operating from Auburn/Lewiston Municipal Airport and the Portland International Jetport. The airline is a certified Part 135 operator, providing on demand and commuter service, while the FBO provides standard aircraft services and maintenance, specializing in overhauls of the Cessna 400 series aircraft. Beginning in March 2010, Twin Cities Air Service began a scheduled commuter route between Portland, Maine, and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. At the time of the initiation of this route, Twin Cities was the only scheduled carrier into the Yarmouth Airport, and was the only scheduled international service into the Portland International Jetport.


Twin Cities Air Service was founded in 1992 as a fixed-base operator at the Auburn airport. The company has since expanded to include on demand air charter services, airframe maintenance and support, and scheduled international air service.


Twin Cities Air Service currently operates a fleet of five aircraft. The majority of these aircraft are available for on-demand charter operations throughout the Northeastern United States, although the aircraft are certified to operate in Canada, Bermuda, and parts of The Caribbean and Central America. A single Cessna aircraft is devoted to the scheduled service between Portland, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

As of March 2010 the Twin Cities fleet includes:[1]


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