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Ride Airporter Shuttle to the San Juan Islands!

Bellair Airporter Shuttle makes 11 trips a day to Anacortes, the gateway to the San Juan Islands. Dropoff at the Anacortes Ferry Terminal. Daily trips from Sea-Tac Airport, Seattle, Tulalip, Stanwood, Burlington, Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden & Birch Bay.

 

 

Bellair Airporter Shuttle offers frequent round-trip bus service to Anacortes (gateway to the San Juan Islands) and the Anacortes Ferry Terminal, to take you directly to the San Juans. Daily trips from Sea-Tac Airport, Seattle, Tulalip, Stanwood, Burlington, Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, Birch Bay and Blaine.

It's So Easy!

Take Bellair Airporter Shuttle to the Anacortes Ferry Terminal, and walk aboard the Anacortes Ferry, which takes you to Shaw Island, Lopez Island, Orcas Island and San Juan Island (home of Friday Harbor).

 

 

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Click here to go to our Online Reservation System.

NOTE: If you're booking a trip to Anacortes from Whatcom County (Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, Birch Bay, Blaine), please CALL US at the number below to book your trip. Thank you!

 

Call Us!

Or call us at 866-BELLAIR (866-235-5247), 24-hours a day. We're here to book your seats, answer questions, help out in any way we can.

BELLAIR AIRPORTER STATUS

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018


Anacortes Passengers: Due to heavy construction planned on Highway 20, starting Monday, May 7th, please anticipate significant delays when making a reservation.

 

I-5 Southbound:

On time.

I-5 Northbound:

On time.

 

I-90 Westbound:

On time.

I-90 Eastbound:

I-90 EB will be closed at MP 56 at 7:00PM May 21, May 22, and May 23. This will cause our shuttle departing Seatac at 6:30PM each night to be about an hour delayed into Yakima. Each shuttle will hold at Northbend until I-90 reopens.

On time.

 

Please call 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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