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About Silver Airways

Silver Airways is a American airline which is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale in Florida and operates flights domestically within America and in the Bahamas.

Silver Airways flies to many destinations including Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Washington, Orlando, Charleston, Bimini, Freeport, George Town, Treasure Cay, Marsh Habour and Governor's Harbour.

Silver Airways is a codeshare partner with New York-based JetBlue Airways, Chicago-based United Airlines and Colombian carrier Avianca. Silver also has interline agreements with Dallas/Fort Worth-based American Airlines, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Bahamasair, Germany’s Hahn Air, Azul Brazilian Airlines and Japan’s All Nippon Airways.

 


Destinations

Florida

Fort Lauderdale - Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 

Fort Myers - Southwest Florida International Airport

Jacksonville - Jacksonville International Airport

Key West - Key West International Airport

Miami - Miami International Airport

Orlando - Orlando International Airport 

Pensacola - Pensacola International Airport

Tallahassee - Tallahassee International Airport

Tampa - Tampa International Airport 

West Palm Beach - Palm Beach International Airport

Bahamas

Bimini - South Bimini Airport

Freeport - Grand Bahama International Airport

George Town - Exuma International Airport

Governor's Harbour - Governor's Harbour Airport

Marsh Harbour - Marsh Harbour Airport

Nassau - Lynden Pindling International Airport

North Eleuthera - North Eleuthera Airport

Treasure Cay, Abaco - Treasure Cay Airport

 


Codeshare Agreements

Air Canada

Alaska Airlines

American Airlines

Avianca

Bahamasair

Delta Air Lines

Island Air

JetBlue Airways

United Airlines

 


Route Map

Silver Airways Routemap

Popular Routes

 

Florida   Bimini

 

Freeport    Florida

 

Florida    Jacksonville

 

Washington   Florida

 

Georgetown    Florida

 

Florida   Marsh Harbour


 

The Fleet

Saab 340B

 


Hub Airport

Fort Lauderdale International Airport

Fort Lauderdale International Airport is the main airport serving Florida and is the hub airport for Spirit Airlines and Silver Airways. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include Air Canada, American Airlines, Copa Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines and Alaska Airlines. 


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News

7th June 2018

Bahamasair and Silver Air pushed to the limits!

Bahamasair was recorded performing an "evasive manoeuvre" when it realised that there was a Silver Airways plane during a flight on Tuesday afternoon. There was never any huge risk involved. Passengers were aware of their proximity to another plane but the crew professionally reassured them that there was no cause for alarm. Apparently, this issue came about due to mixed coordinates. Air Traffic Control was made aware of the situation and reduced the aircraft's climb rate so Bahamasair and Silver Air could pass by each other like planes in the night.

 

10th May 2018

Silver Airways launches Boston to Bar Harbor route

 From July 2018, Silver Airways will launch a new service from Boston, where the airline plans to operate Boston – Bar Harbor service. On board Saab 340 aircraft, the airline will offer 2 daily flights from the begining of the month. The new Silver Airways schedules will be as follows:

3M148 BOS1100 – 1220BHB SF3 x67
3M148 BOS1230 – 1350BHB SF3 67
3M149 BOS1715 – 1835BHB SF3 D

3M147 BHB0845 – 1000BOS SF3 x67
3M147 BHB1030 – 1145BOS SF3 67
3M148 BHB1300 – 1415BOS SF3 x67
3M148 BHB1430 – 1545BOS SF3 67

 

 

12th April 2018

Silver Airways launches non-stop route to Banson, Missouri from New Orleans, Houston and Chicago

Florida’s First Airline, is continuing its expansion by announcing that it will start daily non-stop service to Missouri’s Branson Airport (BKG) from New Orleans International Airport (MSY), Houston’s Intercontinental Airport (IAH), and Chicago’s O'Hare International Airport (ORD) on August 30, 2018. The CFO of Silver Airways is very happy to announce theese new routes as part of the airline's growth. The Branson routes will be operated with Silver’s brand new fleet of eco-friendly ATR-600 aircraft. 

 

2nd August 2017

Silver Airways signs Letter of Intent for up to 50 ATR-600 series turboprops

Fort-Lauderdale, Florida-based Silver Airways took significant steps toward a long-term goal to become a major US airline by announcing its intention to purchase up to 50 ATR-600 series turboprops, valued at a potential $1.1 billion if all options are taken.

Silver’s initial order is for 20 ATR 42-600 aircraft, the 46-50 seat model; the letter of intent (LOI) signed Aug. 1 provides Silver the ability to upgauge to the larger 68-78 seat ATR 72-600 model. The firm 20 ATR 42-600 aircraft will be lease-financed by Silver, the company said.

 

Silver will be ATR’s first North American customer for its -600 series turboprops. ATR will conduct Silver’s crew training on its -600 series full-flight-simulator at ATR’s new training facility in Miami.

Silver plans to take delivery of up to four of the new ATRs in the fourth quarter of 2017, following regulatory approvals. Delivery of the remaining 16 aircraft should be completed by first-quarter 2020, the company said. The new aircraft will gradually replace Silver’s existing fleet of 21 34-seat Saab 340B Plus turboprops “over time,” the company said.

 

Concurrently with its LOI announcement, Silver said it has entered into negotiations with San Juan, Puerto Rico-based Seaborne Airlines to explore commercial cooperation and a potential “combination.” Seaborne provides connections throughout the Caribbean via its San Juan hub; the company is majority-owned by Philadelphia-based investment firm Versa Capital.

Silver also announced the appointment of new CEO Steven Rossum, effective Aug. 8. He succeeds Sami Teittinen, who is leaving the company for personal reasons. Rossum has been serving as Silver’s external general counsel and fleet transactions advisor and has had an extensive career in aviation legal and financial management at Pinnacle Airlines, Air Tran Airways, DHL Airways, among other airlines. Additionally, Silver also promoted EVP-commercial and CFO Jason Bewley to president and CFO of the company.

“The momentum of our airline, as demonstrated by the order for new ATR-600 series aircraft [and] the potential for Caribbean expansion … were the key reasons I decided to join Silver,” Rossum said. “[We] are fully focused on safety, reliability, growth and working toward fulfilling Silver’s promising future.”

“This aircraft acquisition is a monumental leap forward for Silver … and will allow us to expand our network with greater reach, including further into the Caribbean and the southeastern US,” Bewley said.

Silver Airways is a codeshare partner with New York-based JetBlue Airways, Chicago-based United Airlines and Colombian carrier Avianca. Silver also has interline agreements with Dallas/Fort Worth-based American Airlines, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Bahamasair, Germany’s Hahn Air, Azul Brazilian Airlines and Japan’s All Nippon Airways.