Seaborne Airlines has announced it is adding 240% additional capacity to the Caribbean and US Virgin Islands, including 29 more weekly departures, the company said.
The action is part of the new Silver/Seaborne operation, which includes the addition of a second seaplane.
Seaborne is currently working with airline partner JetBlue to accommodate passengers previously booked on JetBlue flights that are being discontinued.
Seaborne Airlines has been operating in the Caribbean for over 25 years and is one of the largest regional carriers in the Caribbean with over 1,500 monthly flights. Earlier this year Seaborne was acquired by Silver Airways. The acquisition has brought two independent regional airlines with similar Saab 340B fleets, complementary route networks, and common codeshare and interline partners.