Silver Airways has announced it is continuing its relief efforts to the Bahamas, following Hurricane Dorian, the company said.
The airline has already completed numerous flights carrying needed supplies to the island of Eleuthera, including Governor´s Harbour and North Eleuthera, as well as Nassau.
Silver Airways, a long-standing partner and necessary air service link to the Bahamas, has fully resumed flights to all airports that it serves in the Bahamas that were not impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
Silver Airways, synonymous with the Bahamas and offering more routes in the Bahamas than any other airline, is fully committed to resuming service to Treasure Cay (Abaco), Marsh Harbour (Abaco), and Freeport (Grand Bahama) as soon as these airports reopen. In the meantime, Silver is providing customers with reservations to the airports of Freeport (FPO), Marsh Harbour (MHH) and Treasure Cay (TCB) with extra flexibility by extending travel waivers following Hurricane Dorian.
Silver Airways operates the most routes within Florida and between Florida and the Bahamas from its hubs in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Tampa, as well as flights connecting Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Caribbean.