Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 2016-Nov-10 — /Travel PR News/ — Silver Airways has started regularly scheduled commercial air service between Fort Lauderdale and Santiago, Cuba, marking the launch of the airline’s fifth of nine Cuba destinations. Silver is currently the only U.S. airline providing regularly scheduled service to Santiago, the second largest city in Cuba and a center of economic development in the eastern part of the country.
Silver currently operates flights from Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara, Camagüey, Cienfuegos, Holguín, and Santiago.
Flights to four more Cuba cities are also starting soon and are currently available for sale at silverairways.com, including:
• Cayo Coco – November 19, 2016
• Varadero – December 2, 2016
• Manzanillo – December 16, 2016
• Cayo Largo – early 2017
“We are thrilled to be offering travelers with a variety of convenient travel options to visit all of the destinations throughout Cuba beyond Havana,” said Silver Airways President and CEO Sami Teittinen. Silver Airways is the only airline to serve all nine Cuba destinations beyond Havana.
Silver Airways, which operates more routes within Florida, and between Florida and the Bahamas than any other airline, is now selling flights on more routes between the U.S. and Cuba than any other airline.
About Silver Airways
As the airline of choice for Florida, the Bahamas, and Cuba, Fort Lauderdale-based Silver Airways operates more routes within Florida, between Florida and the Bahamas, and between the U.S. and Cuba than any other airline. The airline averages 125 daily flights to 27 destinations in Florida (including hubs in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa), the Bahamas, and Cuba. Silver is a codeshare partner with JetBlue, United Airlines, and Avianca, and has interline agreements with American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Alaska Airlines, Bahamasair, Hahn Air, Azul Brazilian Airlines, and All Nippon Airways. Silver operates a fleet of 22 highly reliable and fuel-efficient 34-seat Saab 340B Plus turboprop aircraft under its FAA Part 121 air carrier certificate.
Source: Silver Airways