Gulfstream International Airlines announced today additional service under under Gulfstream’s “Continental Connection” affiliation with Continental Airlines. Under this arrangement, Gulfstream coordinates pricing and schedules with Continental Airlines. Gulfstream passengers enjoy a seamless travel experience as through ticketing and baggage transfer is offered.
Effective November 1st, non-stop weekday service between Orlando and Tallahassee will increase from 3 to 4 roundtrips while non-stop weekday service between Tampa and Tallahassee will increase from 4 to 6 roundtrips. Reduced service will be provided on the weekends.
“As a Florida-based company, Gulfstream is delighted to expand our schedule with additional non-stop air service linking both Orlando and Tampa with the state capitol in Tallahassee. We are tremendously excited to grow our Tallahassee service as these additional frequencies will make our service more convenient and timely. We look forward to adding back our seasonal non-stop Tallahassee – West Palm Beach service in February of next year in time for the General Session. While our competition has gone, returned and gone again, we have remained committed to providing reliable, quality intra-Florida air service at reasonable prices,” said David Hackett, Gulfstream’s President and CEO.
Gulfstream currently operates 23 aircraft with over 150 daily system departures throughout Florida, the Bahamas and now with service at Cleveland, OH. Gulfstream operates as Continental Connection, under contractual agreement with Continental Airlines. Additionally Gulfstream has codeshare relationships with United Airlines and Copa Airlines of Panama. The Company, with its headquarters in Ft. Lauderdale, has approximately 600 employees, the bulk of which are Florida based.