By the Caribbean Journal staff
Silver Airways has added a pair of year-round destinations in The Bahamas.
The carrier, whose recent acquisition of Puerto Rico-based Seaborne Airlines made it a new power player in the Caribbean aviation sector, has announced that it will now be offering year-round flights to two islands in The Bahamas: Great Exuma and Eleuthera.
The new flights were confirmed during a media briefing at the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s State of the Industry Conference at Atlantis this week.
Silver operates nonstop flights to eight destinations across The Bahamas, including Bimini, Freeport, Great Exuma, Marsh Harbour, Nassau, Treasure Cay and two destinations in Eleuthera: Governor’s Harbour and North Eleuthera. (The latter is the gateway airport to reach tony Harbour Island).