Acadia National Park & Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor Airport - Hancock County

Bar Harbor Airport Bar Harbor Airport in Hancock County is located on the east side of Route 3 in Trenton, Maine, about 7 miles southeast of Ellsworth, the main commercial center for the region. Towering over the airport in the distance is Cadillac Mountain, the highest mount on Mount Desert Island in Acadia National Park. The municipality is actually on Mount Desert Island and reached by Route 3.

The airport's actual name is Hancock County - Bar Harbor Airport but most people from away will know it or refer to it simply as Bar Harbor Airport.

Hancock County Bar Harbor Airport in Trenton, MaineRecently, Cape Air announced they are offering flights between Bar Harbor Airport and Logan Airport in Boston. US Airways has connecting flights via US Airways Express. Scenic Flights of Acadia and Acadia Air, Inc. offer chartered service and scenic flights. During season, Island Soaring Glider Rides offers a unique view of Mount Desert Island - home to the largest part of Acadia National Park and the well known Ba Harbor. There is an auto rental business and a taxi service available at the airport.

A short distance to the east of the airport and the adjacent Morris Yachts, is a seaplane ramp and boat launch facility maintained by the County of Hancock. For area lodging, dining, activity, and Acadia National Park information, please refer to the links at the top or bottom of this page. The following is contact information relating to the airport.

Acadia Air, Inc.  (207) 667-5534

Airport Manager's Office  (207) 667-7329

Cape Air  (866) 227-3247 • If outside the U.S., call (508) 771-6944

Civil Air Patrol Downeast Squadron  (207) 667-2611

U.S. Airways  800-428-4322

Scenic Biplane, Glider and Helicopter Rides  (207) 667-7627

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