Seaborne Airlines and Erie Aviation Reach Agreement for Aircraft Upgrades
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Seaborne Airlines has reached agreement with Erie Aviation Incorporated for Aircraft Upgrades to its SAAB 340B cabins. The new cabin will feature Erie Aviations Textile Group / Green Sky Textiles customized new bulkhead covering, new sidewall and new carpeting for the fleet as well as LED cabin lighting with Mood light option. It introduces some of the latest technology and innovations available in cabin interiors. “Seaborne, as the fastest growing airlines in the Caribbean, has based our business model on exemplary customer service,” said JJ Cruz, Vice President of Maintenance & Engineering for Seaborne. “This fleet upgrade is just the latest example of how Seaborne continues to invest in our customers.”
Seaborne Airlines has been operating in the Caribbean for over 23 years, carrying approximately 2.5 million customers safely. With over 1,500 monthly departures to 17 airports, Seaborne serves San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, St. Thomas airport and Seaplane base, St. Croix airport and Seaplane Base, Anguilla, Antigua, Tortola, Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Saint Martin, St. Kitts, Nevis, La Romana, Punta Cana and Santo Domingo. All Flights operate with two pilots and two engines under Federal Air Regulations Part 121, the strictest code of the US Federal Air Regulation governing air travel.
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Erie Aviation, including its affiliate Green Sky Textiles, is a Part 21 manufacturer, distributor, and FAR 145 repair station for commercial airline cabin equipment, including but not limited to aircraft lighting and textiles.
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