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Seaborne Airlines Introduces All New Reservation System

Seaborne Airlines Introduces All New Reservation System
Seaborne Airlines announces the launch of a new reservation system. This completely redesigned system delivers faster and easier ways to check-in and has state of the art features that will give guests more control over booking flights and managing corporate accounts.
Individual and Corporate Accounts Each guest or corporate account will have access to a password protected account that will allow pre-planning travel and tracking flight schedules. This feature will show existing credit and will give Corporate Accounts instant information to help manage travel for multiple work associates within their organization.
Faster Reservations and Check In The new reservation system features the capability to pre-print a boarding pass before arriving at the airport. If the weight of baggage is known, pre-payment and check-in of baggage is available online at a discounted rate.
Schedule Information Communication between Seaborne and Guests has been updated with the capability to text message any changes on a booked flight.
“This state of the art system will allow us to more efficiently and effectively conduct guest reservations and operations while allowing us the ability to add thru check passenger and baggage capability with other carriers.” —David E. Ziemer, chief operating officer.
Seaborne Airlines is committed to the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rican communities to help manage booking and travel schedules in this economically challenging environment.

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