Gulfstream International Airlines is adding service at two of its Florida destinations, Palm Beach International Airport and Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
The changes will see Gulfstream resuming seasonal non-stop service linking Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) with state capital Tallahassee, the carrier operating to Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH). The airline will also add a weekday frequency between Palm Beach International (PBI) and Marsh Harbour, Bahamas (MHH), increasing its service from one to two weekday round-trips.
Fort Lauderdale International (FLL) will see increased weekday frequencies to North Eleuthera, Bahamas (ELH), Gulfstream upping its service from one weekday round-trip to three; and to Treasure Cay, Bahamas (TCB), the carrier going from one weekday round-trip to two.
The new flights will be operated under Gulfstream’s Continental Connection affiliation with Continental Airlines. Under this arrangement, Gulfstream coordinates pricing and schedules with Continental Airlines and Gulfstream’s passengers can expect a seamless travel experience, because through ticketing and baggage transfer is offered. Gulfstream passengers may participate in the Continental OnePass frequent flyer program and may book their flights and select their seats via Continental’s website, continental.com.
“Gulfstream remains committed to providing reliable, quality Florida air service at reasonable prices,” says David Hackett, Gulfstream’s president and CEO.
Gulfstream currently operates 23 aircraft ― all of which are 19-seat Beech 1900D turboprops ― and operates more than 150 daily system departures throughout Florida, the Bahamas and at Cleveland, Ohio as a Continental Connection carrier. Gulfstream also has codeshare relationships with United Airlines and Copa Airlines of Panama.
The airline, which is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, has approximately 500 employees, the bulk of whom are Florida-based. Gulfstream International Airlines is a member of the Regional Airline Association.