After loading passengers, San Juan Airlines pilot Rebecca Watson pulls chocks before piloting a Cessna 207 for an early morning flight to the San Juan Islands from Bellingham International Airport on Tuesday. The little airline	will begin twice-daily scheduled flights from Everett to the San Juan Islands on May 1. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

After loading passengers, San Juan Airlines pilot Rebecca Watson pulls chocks before piloting a Cessna 207 for an early morning flight to the San Juan Islands from Bellingham International Airport on Tuesday. The little airline will begin twice-daily scheduled flights from Everett to the San Juan Islands on May 1. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Paine Field lands a 3rd airline, but this one flies Cessnas

San Juan Airlines begins scheduled passenger service from Everett to Friday Harbor on May 1.

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