Seaborne Airlines continues to expand its service with the announcement that the Puerto Rico-based airline signed an interline agreement with Delta Airlines for passengers flying through Luis Munoz Marin Airport in San Juan, Seaborne announced in a press release.
With the agreement, baggage can be checked at either Delta or Seaborne and bags will be transferred without having to be rechecked. Additionally Seaborne tickets will be sold at www.Delta.com, and both Delta and Seaborne will be able to issue each other’s boarding passes in the coming weeks.
On March 3, Seaborne continued its growth by starting service between San Juan and Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten. According to a press release, fares between San Juan and St. Maarten begin as low as $88 one way, taxes and fees included.
“St. Maarten is yet another exciting destination in the Caribbean that Seaborne is offering to our customers, as we build important trade and tourism links throughout the Caribbean,” said Gary D. Foss, president and chief executive officer at Seaborne Airlines.
Effective April 15, Seaborne will also begin flying nonstop between San Juan and Las Américas International Airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Santo Domingo will be Seaborne’s fourth destination within the Dominican Republic. The airline also services flights to La Romana, Punta Cana and Santiago.
The newest destinations mean that, by April, Seaborne will have planned more than 2,100 monthly departures to 18 Caribbean airports. In addition to San Juan, St. Maarten and the airports in the Dominican Republic, Seaborne serves St. Thomas airport and seaplane base, the St. Croix airport and seaplane base, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Kitts and Nevis.
Seaborne recently relocated its headquarters from St. Croix to San Juan.
Flights can be reserved through local travel agencies or via www.SeaborneAirlines.com, Expedia and Travelocity.