Seaplanes over Seattle

Flying from Lake Union in the heart of downtown, Kenmore Air offers passengers a unique perspective of the Emerald City, as Sebastian Schmitz discovers.

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Two of Kenmore Air’s nine-strong fleet of DHC-3 Turbine Otters come nose to nose on the tranquil waters of Lake Washington.
BERND STURM

Tucked away in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is now the fastest growing city in the United States – and arguably among its most scenic. Fittingly nicknamed the ‘Emerald City’, it sits amid breathtaking evergreen landscapes, punctuated by the stunning Lake Washington and the awe-inspiring Mount Rainier.

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