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Silver Airways Providing Extended Waivers for Travel to Freeport, Marsh Harbour and Treasure Cay in the Bahamas

by User Not Found | Sep 19, 2019

Customers may change flights from these destinations to anywhere Silver Airways flies
Flights to Nassau, George Town, Governor’s Harbour, Bimini and North Eleuthera Fully Operational

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (September 19, 2019) Silver Airways is providing customers with reservations to the Bahamian airports of Freeport (FPO), Marsh Harbour (MHH) and Treasure Cay (TCB) with extra flexibility by extending travel waivers following Hurricane Dorian. Customers booked to travel to these airports through November 15, 2019, may change their flights to any destination Silver Airways flies in the Bahamas, Florida and Caribbean without paying rebooking and change fees (excluding government and airport-imposed taxes and fees). Affected customers will have up to one year from their original ticketing date to complete travel.

To make a change in a reservation, customers should call the Silver Airways customer service team at 801-401- 9100 prior to their scheduled departure time.

For details on Silver Airways’ flights throughout the Bahamas, visit

Silver Airways, a long-standing partner and necessary air service link to the Bahamas, has fully resumed flights to all airports that it serves in the Bahamas that were not impacted by Hurricane Dorian, including:

  • Nassau (NAS) – Bahamas capital on New Providence Island
  • George Town (GGT) in Exuma
  • Governor’s Harbour (GHB) in Eleuthera
  • Bimini (BIM)
  • North Eleuthera (ELH)

Silver Airways, synonymous with the Bahamas, is fully committed to resuming service to Treasure Cay (Abaco), Marsh Harbour (Abaco), and Freeport (Grand Bahama) as soon as these airports reopen.

“One of the best ways we can support our fellow neighbors in the Bahamas is to get back out and patronize their hotels and resorts, restaurants and all of the communities that are open for business in the islands,” said Silver Airways Senior Vice President of Commercial and Finance Pedro Motta.

In addition to resuming flights, Silver Airways is taking urgently-needed supplies to the Bahamas aboard its flights and has also set up a Bahamas Strong Hurricane Relief GoFundMe page to support its many team members who have been affected by the storm.

About Silver Airways

Silver Airways operates the most routes within Florida and between Florida and The Bahamas from its hubs in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Tampa, as well as flights connecting Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Caribbean. Silver also flies seasonally between Boston and Bar Harbor, Maine. Silver is the official airline of the Minor League Baseball team Daytona Tortugas and the Pensacola Blue Wahoos. In addition, Silver owns and cooperatively operates Seaborne Airlines with flights in the Virgin Islands. Silver is a codeshare partner with United, JetBlue, American, Delta and Avianca, and has interline agreements with Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Azul, Bahamasair, Copa Airlines, Emirates and Hahn Air. Members of United’s MileagePlus® and JetBlue’s TrueBlue loyalty programs can also earn frequent flyer awards for travel throughout Silver’s network. Silver is honored to be the North American launch customer for the all new, redesigned ATR-600 offering best-in-class quiet cabins, premium leather seats with more legroom, and spacious overhead bins that accommodate full-size, carry-on roller bags. Silver’s fleet is currently composed by ATR-600s and Saab 340s, and Seaborne Airlines’ fleet is composed of Saab 340s and Twin Otter Seaplanes. Silver is expanding its fleet with up to 50 eco-friendly ATR-600s. Silver is owned by affiliates of Philadelphia-based investment firm Versa Capital Management, LLC. To learn more about Silver’s refined passenger experience, visit

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