As of 2015, the Bellair Charters Airporter Shuttle makes trips to and from Sea-Tac Airport, Bellingham Airport and Downtown Seattle through three different routes. These routes include the I-5 corridor route, the Anacortes and San Juan Islands route, and the Central Washington route.
The Southernmost location served by the Bellair Charters Airporter Shuttle is Yakima, and the Northernmost location is Blaine. Each of the three routes that the shuttle serves features a stop at Sea-Tac airport.
The I-5 corridor route begins at Sea-Tac Airport and travels through Marysville, Stanwood, Burlington, Bellingham Airport, Ferndale and Birch Bay towards Lynden. Travelers that schedule a reservation can also arrive at Blaine through this route. The shuttle travels this route 11 times per day.
The Anacortes and San Juan Islands route starts at Sea-Tac Airport and travels through Burlington, then stops at the Laconner-Whitney Shell and March Point Shell on its way to the Anacortes ferries. Travelers can board the ferries for a journey to the San Juan Islands. The shuttle makes 11 trips per day along this route.
The Central Washington route leaves the Seattle Convention Center toward Yakima Air Terminal, passing through Sea-Tac Airport, North Bend and Ellensburg on the way. The Airporter Shuttle makes this trip five times per day.