ISLA Y VUELTA, Seaborne Airlines in Puerto Rico, have released this statement

By Daria Blackwell - 11/09/2017

To all our customers and community members across the Caribbean, we appreciate all your calls and requests to provide relief to our Caribbean neighbors. Seaborne Airlines is working on reestablishing our operation for the movement of passengers along with monitoring Hurricane Jose for a possible impact on our network in the next few days.

We are working on activating our Seaborne Cares program to establish relief flights, once authorities grant us permission and we are secure to land. Initial flights will primarily be to assist our employees at our destinations that have lost everything, including their homes.

Once we have rescued our employees, we will be delivering supplies to US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Antigua, and St. Maarten. We will be collecting supplies of water, canned foods, medicines and first aid kits. We will work with appropriate authorities to distribute in the stations affected as our flight loads permit.

We will be accepting donations until September 17 from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM.
Collection Centers:
San Juan, PR
Roblex Aviation Center
Ave. Jose (Tony) Santana
World Cargo Building B
Carolina, PR 00979
USVI (St. Croix)
Seaborne Airlines Seaplane Base
1210 Watergut

Due to security reasons, we request all donations be brought in good condition boxes -- not sealed and ready for inspection.

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