Route to operate 4-times a week starting June 1st, 2013
NEW YORK, NY (May 22, 2013) – Travelling from the U.S. to Martinique will be made easier with the launch of Seaborne Airlines’ new weekly service to the island beginning June 1st. The new flights will operate as follows:
|San Juan (SJU) – Martinique (FDF)|
|Wed,Fri,Sat, Sun||4606||7:00 am||9:15 am|
|Martinique (FDF) – San Juan (SJU)|
|Mon, Thurs, Sat, Sun||4521||8:30 am||10:45 am|
“This is a very exciting development and we are pleased that Seaborne Airlines has taken over the San Juan – Fort-de-France route, allowing convenient connections with major US cities and the Caribbean.said Mrs. Karine Roy-Camille, Commissioner of the Martinique Tourism Authority.
“This new route, thanks to the interline agreement with American Airlines, will also allow more possibilities for Martinique residents to travel to North America. Furthermore, getting to Martinique will be easier for visitors from Puerto Rico.”
Additional lift to the island of flowers is timed for connections to and from the United States and Canada, with interline connections available via American Airlines.
To celebrate the launch, Seaborne is offering fares as low as $131 one way for travel. Bookings must be made by June 15th for travel by July 31st, 2013. Flights can be reserved via SeaborneAirlines.com, Expedia, Travelocity, and Priceline or through local travel agencies. Connecting travel with American Airlines is also available on AA.com. In addition, Seaborne Airlines has an inaugural special for travels from June 1st to June 15th, offering customers who buy a ticket one additional complimentary ticket for same-day travel. Reservations can be made by calling 866-359-8784.
Seaborne will use a SAAB 340 aircraft for the new Martinique service, offering the comfort of 34 economy class seats, with in-flight service.
For fares, reservations and more information, visit www.seaborneairlines.com
About Seaborne Airlines
Seaborne Airlines has been operating in the Caribbean for almost 20 years. With 625 weekly departures to ten destinations on both airport and seaplane routes. They operate to San Juan, Vieques, St. Thomas airport and seaplane base, St. Croix airport and seaplane base, Dominica,Tortola and Virgin Gorda along with the new routes of Guadeloupe and Martinique. Seaborne has carried more than 2 million customers and is one of the largest employers in the United States Virgin Islands. All flights operate with two pilots and twin engines and Federal Air Regulation Part 121, the strictest code of the US Federal Air Regulation governing air travel.