JetBlue Airways and Silver Airways will offer interline ticketing between their networks with connections at Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando and Tampa.
JetBlue passengers can connect to the Florida-based regional carrier’s flights to Key West, Gainesville, Pensacola and Tallahassee in Florida, and Bimini, Freeport, Governor’s Harbor, Great Exuma, Marsh Harbour, North Eleuthera and Treasure Cay in Bahamas. Silver is the New York-based airline’s 30th partner.
Silver passengers are able to connect to JetBlue cities throughout the USA and in Latin America, including Bogota, Boston, Lima, Los Angeles, New York and Washington DC.
“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,” says Travis Christ, chief commercial officer of Silver, in a statement.
Tickets are available on Silver’s website and from travel agents immediately, and will be available on JetBlue’s website in 2014.
JetBlue will offer passengers TrueBlue frequent flyer points accrual on Silver flights in the coming months.