Seaborne Begins Flights to St. Maarten

st maartenSeaborne Airlines today begins new non-stop daily service from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) to The Princess Julianna International Airport (SXM) in St. Maarten. This is now the 19th airport Seaborne has launched during its expansion throughout the Caribbean.

From the breathtaking cliffs of Cupecoy to gorgeous sandy beaches like Maho Beach, St. Maarten has many popular attractions and night life, only minutes away from Puerto Rico. 

Flights leave San Juan at 6:45 p.m. and arrive in St. Maarten at 7:45 p.m. while flights leaving St. Maarten depart at 8 a.m. and arrive in San Juan by 9:10 a.m.

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Fares from San Juan to St. Maarten begin as low as $88 one way, taxes and fees included. 

"St. Maarten is yet another exciting destination in the Caribbean that Seaborne is offering to our customers, as we build important trade and tourism links throughout the Caribbean" said Gary D. Foss, president and chief executive officer Seaborne Airlines, in a written release. 
 
Seaborne has shown dramatic growth during the past months. Just recently, Seaborne announced service to its 18th airport, Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (SDQ) with non-stop service from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) effective April 15.

Santo Domingo will be Seaborne's fourth destination within the Dominican Republic, the others being La Romana, started in December, 2013; Punta Cana beginning February 14, 2014 and Santiago beginning March 15. 

Visit www.seaborneairlines.com

 

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