Command Aviation is committed to incorporating new technologies and strategies that ensure the company’s progressive trajectory while maintaining a record of aviation safety and reliability.
We currently employ 20+ full and part-time employees, all of whom are dedicated to unsurpassed service through professional management and ethical business practices. We are located near the Bellingham International Airport at 4201 Mitchell Way.
Command Aviation Partners
Scott Hume, President and Co-Owner
When you’re a kid growing up near the approach to an airport, airplanes become fascinating friends that suggest ideas of a freedom not yet known.
Scott Hume, a tousle-haired boy from Chewelah, Washington, was just such a kid. Although no one in his family encouraged it, the draw to aviation settled in his blood and has been there ever since.
Fast forward the decades and you’ll find Scott, now a father, grandfather, as President and one of two original owners of Command Aviation, Scott brings fifteen years of business acumen to the mix. His expertise with fiscal management puts Command Aviation securely at the center of the rapidly growing aviation industry in Whatcom County.
His dedication to Command Aviation is matched only by his enthusiasm to enable others to experience the liberation and excitement that aviation offers.
“One of my most memorable experiences was renting a plane in Puerto Rico and flying around the Caribbean. It was absolutely spectacular…one of those extraordinary adventures that etches itself into your life and becomes part of who you are forever.”
Craig P. Scamehorn, Director of Maintenance and Co-Owner
At just 5 years old, Craig Scamehorn started flying the Washington skies along side his father. Years later he would earn his pilot’s license and go on to A & P school at Clover Park.
Continuous education in the 20 years since earning his A & P license has included PC-12 training at Pilatus Business Aircraft (Colorado), R22 Factory Training Maintenance at HTS (California), plus numerous courses with Pratt & Whitney (Canada), Flight Safety International, Dallas Airmotive and Qualimetrics to name a few. Former positions have included Director of Maintenance for Via Jet Aircraft Maintenance (Skagit), DOM for Corporate Air Center (Skagit) and Lead Mechanic at Crossings Aviation (Tacoma Narrows).
Craig lives with his wife and two children in Bellingham where he enjoys building and flying RC aircraft.