New Direct Service From San-Juan to Martinique With Seaborne Airlines

New Direct Service From San-Juan to Martinique With Seaborne Airlines

Route to operate 4-times a week starting June 1st, 2013


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NEW YORK, May 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Travelling from the U.S. to
Martinique will be made easier with the launch of Seaborne Airlines’ new weekly
service to the island beginning June 1st.  The new flights will
operate as follows:


































San Juan (SJU) – Martinique
(FDF)



Martinique (FDF) – San Juan
(SJU)


Day



Flight No.



Departure



Arrival




Day



Flight No.



Departure



Arrival



Wed,Fri,


Sat, Sun



4606


7:00 pm



9:15 pm




Mon,Thurs


Sat, Sun



4521


8:30 am



10:45
am


“This is a very exciting development and we are pleased that Seaborne
Airlines has taken over the San Juan – Fort-de-France route, allowing convenient
connections with major US cities and the Caribbean,”
said Mrs. Karine
Roy-Camille, Commissioner of the Martinique Tourism Authority.


This new route, thanks to the interline agreement with American Airlines,
will also allow more possibilities for Martinique residents to travel to North
America. Furthermore, getting to Martinique will be easier for visitors from
Puerto Rico.”


Additional service to the island of flowers is timed for connections
to and from the United States and Canada, with interline connections available
via American Airlines.


To celebrate the launch, Seaborne is offering fares as low as $131 one-way
for travel. Bookings must be made by June 15th for travel by July 31st, 2013.
Flights can be reserved via SeaborneAirlines.com, Expedia, Travelocity, and
Priceline or through local travel agencies. Connecting travel with American
Airlines is also available on AA.com.  In addition, Seaborne Airlines has
an inaugural special for travels from June 1st to June
15th, offering customers who buy a ticket one additional
complimentary ticket for same-day travel. Reservations can be made by calling
866-359-8784.


Seaborne will use a SAAB 340 aircraft for the new Martinique service,
offering the comfort of 34 economy class seats with in-flight service. 


For fares, reservations and more information, visit http://www.seaborneairlines.com/


About Seaborne Airlines 
Seaborne Airlines has been
operating in the Caribbean for almost 20 years. With 625 weekly departures to
ten destinations on both airport and seaplane routes. They operate to San Juan,
Vieques, St. Thomas airport and seaplane base, St. Croix airport and seaplane
base, Dominica,Tortola and Virgin Gorda along with the new routes of Guadeloupe
and Martinique. Seaborne has carried more than 2 million customers and is one of
the largest employers in the United States Virgin Islands. All flights operate
with two pilots and twin engines and Federal Air Regulation Part 121, the
strictest code of the US Federal Air Regulation governing air travel.


About Martinique (www.martinique.org)  

The Caribbean island with French flair, The Isle of
Flowers
, The Rum Capital of the World, The Isle of the Famed Poet
(Aime Cesaire) – by any one of its many names Martinique remains one of the
most alluring and enchanting destinations in the world.  It was named “Top
Caribbean Island for Delectable Dining” in 2009 by Caribbean Travel +
Life
, and “Best Caribbean Destination” (2010) by About.com. The bay of Fort-de-France, the capital city,
is among the most beautiful bays of the world. Martinique is an overseas region
of France that stirs the passions with distinctive culinary delights,
awe-inspiring natural beauty, a rich cultural history, warm smiles and so much
more.  Napoleon’s bride, Empress Josephine, was born and raised in
Martinique. The Majestic Mt. Pelee volcano and St. Pierre, The Pompeii of the
Caribbean are found here. Martinique also offers a dynamic art scene and a
wide array of local products. A special place, to be sure, with so much to offer
– Martinique c’est magnifique!


SOURCE  Martinique Tourism Authority

New Direct Service From San-Juan to Martinique With Seaborne Airlines