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Welcome!

Hesselgrave South is now Bellair Charters

 

 

Hesselgrave South is now Bellair ChartersWe are Bellair Charters, and we now operate the southern (King, Pierce, Thurston counties) portion of Hesselgrave Charters. We purchased this portion from Jim Hesselgrave in February 2012 and now operate it as Bellair Charters.

We look forward to providing excellent service for existing and new charter clients. We have over 25 years' experience in the transportation business and have carried over 3 million passengers safely and happily.

We offer motorcoach and mini-bus charters with expert drivers. We have offices in Whatcom, Skagit and Pierce counties of Washington state, and we serve the entire Puget Sound region, from north to south. We can transport groups anywhere in North America.  Click here to learn more about our charter bus service.

For charter bus service originating in Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and surrounding areas, call our Seattle Area office at 800-422-4042.
For charter bus service originating in Bellingham, Mt Vernon, Anacortes and surrounding areas, call our Bellingham Area office at 866-235-5247.

 

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BELLAIR AIRPORTER STATUS

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

 

Now in effect from Yakima to SeaTac:

1) Light Rail station stop at SEATAC: We will be able to drop passengers at this station to connect with Seattle Light Rail to head north into Seattle.  Click here for more info.

2) Our Yakima to SeaTac / SeaTac to Yakima times changed a few days ago on JUNE 19th.  We wanted to have less of a wait time between runs to better accommodate our customers.  You will see the new times when you click to book a ticket for the shuttle.  Thank you for choosing to travel with Bellair Airporter Shuttle.

 

I-5

Southbound:

On time.

Northbound:

On time.

 

I-90

Eastbound

On time.

Westbound:

On time.

 

Please call 24 hours in advance for parking availability at our Yakima, Bellingham, and Burlington locations.  Thank you.

 

 

For the latest information on Snoqualmie Pass traffic, construction and closures, please click here

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