Seaborne Airlines will resume flights to Island of Dominica on Sept. 23, after operations were canceled due to tropical storm Erika damage; the company will also recommence the daily American Airlines code-shared that connects service from San Juan's Luis Munoz Marin International Airport to Douglas Charles and the interline that connects to Jetline, Delta and United Airlines.
In an association with Ross University, Seaborne operated almost 100 relief flights from Aug. 23 to Sept. 22. The flights aimed to transport relief workers, students, medical students and also basic supplies such as water and relief items.
Seaborne Airlines will still accept items such as medical supplies, non-perishable goods, men's and/or women's underwear, bedding supplies, towels and toiletries. that will be delivered at Seaborne Airlines San Juan counter at Luis Munoz Marin International Airport or at Seaborne Headquarters in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This move reinforce the company's commitment with to support the recovery of damages caused by the storm.
"We want to thank Ross University for their massive efforts to move students, faculty and relief workers into and out of the country as well as providing additional ferry service from Guadeloupe to Dominica during this challenging time," Seaborne Airlines President and CEO Gary Foss said.
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