Bookings for Seaborne Airlines to Be Hosted on Silver Airways’ Sabre

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As Seaborne Airlines and Silver Airways continue to continue streamlining their operation to one airline, bookings for Seaborne’s current network will be hosted on Silver Airways’ Sabre reservation system for travel starting September 1, 2019.

This change applies to all Seaborne Airlines flights in the Caribbean, except for the airline’s seaplane operations at St. Croix’s Christiansted Harbor Seaplane Base and St. Thomas Charlotte Amalie Harbor Seaplane Base, and routes operated by Vieques Air Link to Culebra’s Benjamín Rivera Noriega Airport and Vieques Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport. Customers should keep visiting to book flights on these routes.

Travel Agents

Travel agents should use waiver code 3MBBMIG to reissue tickets and rebook passengers from Seaborne Airlines (BB) flights onto flights marketed by Silver Airways (3M) for all Seaborne Airlines tickets already issued for travel on and after September 1, 2019.


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Corporate Frequent Travel Program

Corporate frequent travel program clients should continue to use the login portal at There are no changes to corporate accounts, sign-in codes or passwords.

Silver Airways says it operates the most routes within Florida and between Florida and the Bahamas from its hubs in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Tampa, and flies between Boston and Bar Harbor, Maine. Silver is the official airline of the Minor League Baseball team Daytona Tortugas and the Pensacola Blue Wahoos.

Flights operated by Seaborne are now available for sale at

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