interCaribbean Adding More Direct Flights From BVI

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December 07, 2017 7:46 am AST
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Much welcoming news for the BVI during this recovery stage, as interCaribbean Airways announced that it will be offering new scheduled services from the BVI to the US Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, Dominica, and St. Lucia.

The new services will begin from February 1, 2018.

“We believe that we are the first schedule airline to offer seven nonstop destinations from the British Virgin Islands,” said Mr. Trevor Sadler, CEO for interCaribbean.

He added, “Furthermore, all connections on our flights, current and new, are planned to minimize layover times.”

According to the airlines, travelers are now able to book direct flights from Tortola’s Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport to St Thomas (Cyril E. King Airport - STT) with 2 flights offered daily, St Croix (Henry E Rholsen Airport - STX) with 1 daily flight, St Maarten (Princess Juliana International Airport - SXM) with 2 flights daily, Dominica (Douglas-Charles Airport - DOM) with 3 weekly flights offered, and Castries in St. Lucia (George FL Charles Airport – SLU) on 3 weekly flights.

The service to St. Lucia is a continuation of the flight from Dominica.

interCaribbean currently provides nonstop flights between Tortola and Antigua, San Juan in Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. The airline also offers same-day connecting flights to the Turks and Caicos Islands, Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, and the Bahamas.

interCaribbean entered the BVI market in 2016 with direct flights between the BVI and Antigua, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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