Passengers can be seen disembarking Seaborne Airlines’ first flight to Antigua from San Juan on 21 July, a route it has not operated for 13 months. The carrier will fly the 468-kilometre route four times weekly on Saab 340s.
- Seaborne Airlines has resumed service on 21 July to Antigua (ANU) after a 13-month hiatus, operating four times weekly with a Saab 340 from San Juan (SJU). The 468-kilometre link, last served by the airline on 2 June 2016, is currently not served by any other carrier, with LIAT, a regional airline based in Antigua, ending its services on the route on 14 June when analysing OAG schedules. With this launch, Seaborne Airlines now serves 11 non-stop destinations from San Juan on 139 weekly flights.