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Tailwind Air

Travel from New York to Provincetown this summer just got easier. 

Book your tail on Tailwind Air and chase that P-town tail all that much quicker.  

Tailwind Air is creating the first ever seaplane service from Manhattan’s East River to Provincetown Harbor. Operating from May 25 to September 6, the direct (and one-stop in Boston Harbor) flights will reduce travel time by up to 60% between the two destinations. The airline’s traditional New York-Boston commuter flights will also continue throughout the summer. 

“We are the only seaplane operator in the Northeast with scheduled commuter service, allowing a semi-private, super fast experience to hard-to-reach popular summer destinations, while also continuing to serve our core Manhattan to Boston Harbor customers,” says Peter Manice, Tailwind Air’s Director of Scheduled Service. 

So, forget the traditional airport hassles, or the car to the train to the ferry to the rental car to the horse and buggy. With the exclusivity of Tailwind Air’s eight-passenger seaplane, you can arrive for check-in as little as 10 minutes before departure. They are even throwing in stunning city skyline views as a complimentary perk.

In total, Tailwind Air now serves eight destinations from its New York base: Boston, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Shelter Island, Montauk, Provincetown, Plymouth and Bridgeport. 

Head to the Tailwind Air website for booking and additional information. 

Aerial view of Provincetown Harbor
Provincetown Harbor

(Photos courtesy of Tailwind Air)

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