Air Travel: Alaska Migrates Virgin America Into Sabre, New Caribbean Flights

New updates in Sabre and a number of new flights to the Caribbean lead this week’s air travel news.

Alaska Airlines reports that it has successfully migrated Virgin America into its passenger services system, which is hosted by Sabre. The migration will allow Alaska and Virgin America to use Sabre systems as one unified airline, Alaska said. The systems integration follows Alaska’s move to remove Virgin’s brand presence from its airport areas and plane exteriors, which began April 24.

In flight news, JetBlue is launching its fourth nonstop flight from New York – JFK to Curacao, starting June 19. The new seasonal flight will depart on Tuesdays and operate through the end of the summer. Currently, the airline flies to Curacao on Monday, Wednesday and…

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