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Silver Airways is a regional airline headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL. They fly to the Caribbean and to a handful of cities in the southeast. I’ve flown them to San Juan, Great Exuma, and St. Kitts. Flights are quick and the service is generally good. I live in Tampa, FL during the winter and Silver Airways currently has eight routes served from there in the Southeast (plus Nassau and Marsh Harbour in The Bahamas). Yesterday, the airline announced three new routes from San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport (SJU).
Flights to both Antigua’s VC Bird International Airport (ANU) and La Romana International Airport (LRM) in the Dominican Republic will begin on November 16th. Both of these new routes will operate 4x weekly on an ATR 42-600 aircraft. Additionally, service to Puerto Plata International Airport (POP) in the Dominican Republic will begin on December 9th. It will fly 2x weekly on an ATR 42-600 aircraft.
Anthony’s Take: Silver Airways offers an often inexpensive way to get to the Caribbean and Southeastern US conveniently and comfortably. I hope to take some flights with them this winter from Tampa International Airport (TPA).
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