The Regional Airline Association (RAA) welcomes the return of Silver Airways to the Association, bringing the membership total to 18 airlines.“We welcome back Silver Airways and its colorful aircraft to the Association, and look forward to working with its leaders on range of issues impacting regional airlines and the communities they serve,” said RAA CEO Faye Malarkey Black.“RAA is fiercely committed to the future of regional air service and has an even stronger voice with Silver on board. We look forward to welcoming Silver’s safety and business leaders to our events, conferences, and purchasing forums.”“We are excited to announce that Silver Airways will be rejoining the Regional Airline Association. RAA provides an important voice of advocacy for leading passenger and cargo regional airlines such as Silver that provide safe, reliable, and necessary air transportation,” said Silver Airways CEO Steven Rossum.Silver, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, provides important air service to military, leisure and business travelers throughout the Southeast and Caribbean from gateways in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Silver is the U.S. launch operator of the fuel efficient and environmentally friendly ATR-600 series turboprop aircraft and operates both ATR-42-600 and ATR-72-600 aircraft as well as Saab 340B aircraft.

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