Silver Airways is preparing new Orlando, Tampa, and Ft. Lauderdale in Charleston routes this season. Silver Airways confirmed that it would be flying from Nov 23 to the sunshine destinations. Silver Airways will have thrice a week flight to Orlando and Tampa, where twice a week flights to Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International service.
Silver Airways has proposed to offer a $49 promotional fare for tickets released on or before Oct 21, 2020. ATR 42-600 and ATR72-600 aircraft will give service on the route. Airlines said that it extended routes for residents of the Floridians and Charleston areas to benefit.
Silver Airways to restart flights from Bar Harbor-Boston
On May 21, 2020, Silver Airways confirmed the resumption of Bar Harbor-Boston Flights. From Oct 14, 2020, the regular non-stop service will start between Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport (BHB) and Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS). The flight status of Silver Airways is scheduled to link their various codeshare and interline partners in Boston to regions throughout the United States and even beyond seamlessly. Silver would run the Bar Harbor-Boston service with a fleet of 34-seat Saab 340B Plus planes.
The need for financial assistance
On Mar 16, 2020, CEO Steve Rossum urged local government and federal government authorities to provide the airline with the essential and urgent financial resources needed to withstand the most precarious position the sector has ever encountered and on which the ongoing operation depends.
The official letter was forwarded to the US Treasury Department, the US. Transportation Department, the US Senate, the US House of Representatives, stressing the need to offer Silver to maintain operating and offer the same efficient air travel to the Southeastern US, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean. The organization also gives attention to the 1000 employees’ employment.
ATR introduced on Caribbean routes
In the Caribbean, Silver Airways launched the ATR-600 series aircraft. In its Caribbean service this year, Silver has operated a total of four new ATR-600 series aircraft, one with ATR 72-600 beginning Mar 4, 2020, one ATR 42-600 in April, one ATR 42-600 in June, and one ATR 42-600 in July.
Last year, with the 46-seat ATR 42-600, Silver first unveiled the latest ATR service in the US, creating history as the first US airline to fly the recently revamped and technologically innovative, customer-friendly ATR-600 series aircraft. It has been about 25 years because the new ATR flew to the US. It was the first time that revenue passengers used an ATR-600 owned by a US carrier, and the first time in several decades, a truly autonomous US regional airline had taken delivery of a modern aircraft. The latest ATRs provide Silver’s guests with unmatched flight expertise and efficiency, and the most sophisticated cockpit in the industry for pilots.
About Silver Airways
In its access points in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa, Silver Airways, America’s largest autonomous regional airline, flies several services throughout Florida and between Florida and the Bahamas. Silver’s Caribbean network links the United States with Puerto Rico. The Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, Anguilla, Dominica, St. Kitts, and Santiago, Dominican Republic. Silver has interline deals with Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Azul, Bahamasair, Emirates, and Hahn Air and is a codeshare affiliate with United, JetBlue, American, Delta, Avianca, and Copa Airlines.