JetBlue and Silver Airways in new interline partnership

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By admin December 11, 2013 13:10

JetBlue and Silver Airways in new interline partnership

JetBlue Airways has agreed an interline ticketing partnership with Silver Airways to allow travelers to easily connect between the carriers’ networks via Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Orlando, Tampaor Fort Myers.

Silver Airways will be JetBlue’s 30th airline partner, bringing many new destinations in Florida and The Bahamas within reach for JetBlue’s customers.

Residents of Silver Airways destinations in Florida will also benefit from easy interline access toJetBlue destinations across the United States.

In the coming months, JetBlue and Silver Airways also plan to offer travelers the benefit of earning TrueBlue points on flights operated by Silver Airways. “We’re pleased to partner with Silver Airways to bring even more popular destinations within reach for our customers,” said Robin Hayes, JetBlue’s Chief Commercial Officer. “Just likeJetBlue, Silver Airways has a constant focus on delivering terrific customer service and a great flight experience. We think our customers will enjoy flying with Silver and love how easy it is to access all these new destinations in Florida and The Bahamas.” “We are truly excited to be partnering with an award-winning airline like JetBlue to connect their business and leisure travelers to a variety of new destinations in Florida and The Bahamas. We believe our acclaimed customer service and extensive Florida/Bahamas routes are a natural fit with the world-class service and ever-expanding network of JetBlue,” said Travis Christ, Silver Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer.

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