It just got significantly easier to fly from Canada to a number of destinations across the Bahamas.
Florida-based Silver Airways and Air Canada have announced the signing of an interline agreement, meaning travelers can purchase a single ticket to fly from Canada to a host of hard-to-reach islands in the Bahamas.
Silver Airways’ network includes Bimini, Grand Bahama, North Eleuthera, Governor’s Harbour, Marsh Harbour, Treasure Cay and George Town, Exuma, many of which lack regular direct flights or are only accessible via prop planes.
“Air Canada will add long-term strategic value to Silver and our customers, and we look forward to developing a deeper commercial relationship with Air Canada that further enhances travel options for customers traveling between Canada and [the] Caribbean,” said Silver Airways CFO and Executive Vice President Jason Bewley.
Source: Caribbean Journal
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