ST. CROIX, November 8, 2013 — Seaborne Airlines today announced that an interline agreement facilitating connections at Luis Munoz Marin Airport in San Juan, PR (SJU) to and from all JetBlue Airways flights at SJU has launched. With the agreement, baggage can be checked at either JetBlue or Seaborne and bags will be transferred without having to be rechecked. Additionally, Seaborne Airlines tickets will be sold on jetblue.com and both JetBlue and Seaborne will be able to issue each others boarding passes in the coming weeks.
Last week, Seaborne Airlines announced new service from SJU to St. Kitts (SKB) and Nevis (NEV) effective January 15, 2014. With the additions, Seaborne will operate to fourteen airports throughout the Caribbean. And in October, Seaborne announced the start of new service from San Juan to La Romana in the Dominican Republic effective December 12, 2013.
About JetBlue Airways
As New York's Hometown Airline™ and a leading carrier in Boston, Fort Lauderdale/ Hollywood, Los Angeles (Long Beach), Orlando and San Juan, JetBlue carries approximately 30 million customers a year to 79 cities in the US, Caribbean and Latin America with more than 750 daily flights. With JetBlue, all seats are assigned, all fares are one-way, and an overnight stay is never required. JetBlue's fleet totals 191 aircraft, comprising 130 Airbus A320s, 1 Airbus A321 and 60 EMBRAER 190s. Upcoming destinations include Detroit, Mich., Savannah, Ga., and Worcester, Mass. as well as Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago; and Lima, Peru, subject to receipt of government approval. For more information please visit JetBlue.com.
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About Seaborne Airlines
Seaborne Airlines has been operating in the Caribbean for over 20 years, carrying more than two million customers safely. With over 1,800 monthly departures, Seaborne will serve fourteen Caribbean destinations by January 2014, on both airport and seaplane routes. Seaborne serves San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, Vieques, St. Thomas airport and seaplane bases, St. Croix airport and seaplane bases, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, La Romana, Dominican Republic starting in December 2013 and St. Kitts and Nevis starting in January 2014. All flights operate with two pilots and twin engines under Federal Air Regulation Part 121, the strictest code of the US Federal Air Regulation governing air travel.
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