Posted on: 05 September 2013 by Mark Howells
From 21 November, Silver Airways will launch new nonstop service from West Palm Beach to North Eleuthera and Freeport in The Bahamas, two nonstop flights each weekday between Orlando and Tallahassee, and two nonstop flights each weekday between West Palm Beach and Orlando.
These will give business and leisure travellers the only nonstop service between West Palm Beach and Orlando. The new destinations will also provide timely connections aboard Silver Airways to codeshare partner United Airlines flights to Chicago O’Hare, Houston Bush Intercontinental, Washington Dulles, Newark and Denver.
“This latest expansion in our operations is all about better serving the broader needs of our customers here in Florida,” remarked David Pflieger, president and CEO of Silver Airways. “Within the state, we’re improving connectivity from north to south and extending our reach to The Bahamas. At the same time, we’re better aligning our service to sync most efficiently with United Airline’s global reach, so Silver Airways customers can reap the full benefits of our codeshare partnership.”