Gulfstream International Airlines will launch daily nonstop scheduled service from Orlando to Marsh Harbour, Bahamas, on Nov. 10.
The early-morning flight from Orlando and the night return flight from Marsh Harbour "allows customers to maximize vacation time," according to Darrell Richardson, CEO.
Gulfstream also serves Marsh Harbour from Fort Lauderdale.
Marsh Harbour is in Great Abaco, a center for boating, fishing and sailing trips throughout the Bahamas' Out Islands.
The Fort Lauderdale-based carrier operates more than 100 daily scheduled flights to/from 29 gateways in Florida and the Bahamas as well as commuter flights in Ohio from its Cleveland hub and flights to several points in Montana out of Billings.
The company is owned by a Chicago-based investment firm that launched Gulfstream last May following its acquisition of select assets from the former Gulfstream International Airlines, which filed for bankruptcy in November 2010.
Gulfstream has codeshare agreements with Continental, United and Copa Airlines. For Caribbean and Mexico news, follow Gay Nagle Myers on Twitter @gnmtravelweekly.