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Hancock County Bar Harbor BHB Airport Overview

Hancock County - Bar Harbor Airport BHB, is the closest commercial service airport to Washington County and & the 'Downeast Coastal Country' of the State of Maine. It is a gateway to Acadia National Park, wich is only three miles from the Airport.

BHB Airport is located in the Town of Trenton (between the City of Ellsworth and the Town of Bar Harbor) - off State Route 3. It  offers spectacular views towards Mount Desert Narrows, Frenchman Bay and Mount Desert Island, with Cadillac Mountain in the background. Recreational possibilities within a short distance of the airport abound. With Acadia Air Tours you can view the Acadia National Park, and its surroundings, by means of a two-passenger Biplane or a Glider. For more information call 207 667-7627.

With a a yearly estimate of 17 passengers, Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport is currently served by Cape Air, offering daily flights to Boston's Logan Airport. (Cape Air partners with JetBlue)  and by PenAir (1-800-448-4226) offering seasonal flights to Boston during summer season. 
For air charters or private flights call DreamShoreAero, currently serving Canada's Halifax, St. John & Montreal airports (tel. 207-667-5534) or open DreamShoreAero.com

The small passenger terminal at Bar Harbor Airport offers basic services and free parking at its lot across from the terminal. A Hertz & Enterprise rental car desk is in the arrivals area. 

To get from BHB Airport to your destination you can rent a car, take a taxi, a bus:
Between late June & Columbus Day, the Island Explorer offers bus service between the Airport and several locations on Mount Desert Island. Island destinations include village centers and Acadia National Park. For further information call Downeast Transportation at (207) 667-5796 or visit the Island Explorer Website.

Future airport developments:  Upgrade & expansion work on the passenger terminal are ongoing and expected to be completed by early summer 2014.



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