Seaborne Airlines Announces San Juan – Tortola Flights Service begins October 1 with two daily round trip flights
San Juan, Puerto Rico – July 16, 2012 – Signaling a renewed commitment to the San Juan market, Seaborne Airlines will launch twice daily flights from
San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International to Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport serving Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Service will commence on October 1 and are flights are available for sale.
According to Omer ErSelcuk, Seaborne CEO, “our de Havilland DHC-6-300 aircraft are flown to full Part 121 standards with two pilots as well as two engines. They are also configured to 17 instead of the usual 19 seats providing excellent seating comfort.”
In addition to comfortable seating and the safety of two pilots, Tortola customers will have access to a premium lounge at SJU, and a Concierge Desk. The lounge offers comfortable seating, work areas, charging stations, light refreshments, WIFI access, and Direct TV. The dedicated and experienced professionals at the Concierge Desk are available to assistance our guests from new reservations, to flight changes, late check-in, problem solving, as well as any special requests.
Additionally, Seaborne corporate customers have access to FasTrak SJU security access, which allows travelers to go to the head of the TSA line.
Beginning in the first quarter of2013, service in Tortola will be upgraded to Saab 340B equipment offering 34 seats per departure and improved travel times. The Saab 340B will also be deployed on existing routes to St. Croix, St. Thomas, and Vieques. Seaborne plans to significantly increase service in 2013 with over 5,000 additional seats planned for flights between SJU and St. Croix, St. Thomas, Tortola, and Vieques.
About Seaborne Airlines:
Seaborne Airlines,with 150 airline professionals proudly serving over 200,000 customers each year on our routes between San Juan, St. Croix, St. Thomas, Vieques and now Tortola has been voted the Best Small Airport Transport serving the Virgin Islands every year since 2007 by readers of The Virgin Island Daily News.
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Contact: Sandra Colon