April 9, 2015
From staff reports
City of Pensacola
Silver Airways added service from Pensacola to Jacksonville today.
Silver Airways’ nonstop flights between Jacksonville and Pensacola will operate Monday through Friday. With the addition of the Jacksonville service, Pensacola International Airport now offers nonstop service to 12 international hubs.
“This new service connects Pensacola with two new destinations in Florida, and dozens of others through Silver’s codeshare agreements,” said Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward in a news release. “Travelers can now book flights to Pensacola through airlines such as JetBlue.”
“Silver Airways’ increased presence in our market means the welcome growth of intra-state air travel between Jacksonville and other Florida destinations,” said Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) CEO Steve Grossman. “The new Pensacola service also links two cities with strong military connections.”
To celebrate the new service, Silver is offering introductory fares from $49 (one way, including taxes and fees, terms and conditions apply) between Jacksonville and Pensacola through 11:59 pm EST on April 14, 2015, for travel between April 16 and June 26.
For details, reservations and to receive email updates on Silver’s special offers, visit silverairways.com.