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Tradewind Aviation Launches Interline Agreement with United Airlines

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Tradewind Aviation, premium operator of both scheduled shuttle and on-demand charter flights throughout the U.S. and Caribbean, has launched an interline agreement with United Airlines.

This agreement will provide customers with added convenience when traveling between the carriers’ networks via a single reservation that provides a seamless travel experience to St. Barths, Antigua and Nevis. This is the first time guests traveling with Tradewind Aviation will be able to book a flight to the island by way of United Airlines.

“Tradewind Aviation’s new interline ticketing agreement with United Airlines offers a world of convenience for travelers,” said David Zipkin, Vice President and Co-Owner of Tradewind Aviation. “We are thrilled that this partnership will allow travelers to access the islands from hundreds of destinations globally, through a seamless booking option and overall experience.”

Tradewind Aviation offers the private plane experience for a commercial fare within the U.S. and Caribbean. The airline is based at the Waterbury-Oxford Airport in Connecticut with bases at the Westchester County Airport in White Plains, New York and Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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