Silver Airways and United Airlines announced that they have reached agreement reaffirming the codeshare relationship between the two carriers on service throughout Florida and The Bahamas.
Silver Airways and United Airlines announced that they have reached agreement reaffirming the codeshare relationship between the two carriers on service throughout Florida and The Bahamas. In addition, Silver Airways will continue to operate as United Express in their shared Mid-Atlantic hubs in Cleveland and Washington, DC (IAD).
Together, Silver Airways and United now offer passengers the ease and convenience of seamless booking, ticketing, and baggage handling on flights to more than 370 destinations worldwide. Members of United’s MileagePlus® customer loyalty program can also earn and redeem frequent flyer awards for travel throughout the entire Silver Airways network.
“We’re excited to build upon the success of our long-term partnership with United to make new and ever more convenient travel options available to our customers everywhere we fly,” said Dave Pflieger, President and CEO of Silver Airways.
News of the renewed relationship follows a June 2013 release from Silver Airways announcing that it had successfully migrated to a new, stand alone reservations system and website powered by Sabre.
“As was the case with our move to Sabre, our continued partnership with United further strengthens our airline and our ability to deliver best in class service to our team, our partners, and our customers,” added Pflieger.
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