Posted on: 05 March 2015 by Mark Howells
Puerto Rico-based Seaborne Airlines and Air Europa have reached a codeshare agreement to cover the route Santo Domingo–San Juan, Puerto Rico, which will aid Air Europa’s expansion throughout the Caribbean by connecting its daily Spain–Dominican Republic flight with Puerto Rico.
Air Europa passengers will therefore be able to fly to Puerto Rico every day, by making a short stop in Las Americas Airport in Santo Domingo.
"Seaborne is honoured to be selected by Air Europa to provide this service," said Gary Foss, president and CEO of Seaborne. "It is a vote of confidence in our team of outstanding professionals that has brought service to 16 airports across the Caribbean. We want to especially thank the Tourism Company of Puerto Rico for their steadfast support of Seaborne.”
For the Santo Domingo–San Juan route, Seaborne will utilise its fleet of 8 Saab 340Bs. The codeshare agreement comes into effect on 29 March 2015.