JY_TortolainterCaribbean Airways  – celebrating 25 years of continuous service – is pleased to announce new scheduled services from Tortola to five new cities this winter season, making 22 cities served. New services will commence February 01, 2018 with nonstop flights from Tortola’s Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS) to:

  • St Thomas (STT) (Cyril E. King Airport – 2 flights daily
  • St Croix, (Henry E Rholsen Airport) – 1 flight daily
  • Saint Martin (SXM) (Princess Juliana International Airport) – 2 flights daily
  • Dominica (DOM) (Douglas-Charles Airport) – 3 flights weekly
  • One stop to Castries, St Lucia (SLU) continuing from Dominica (DOM) – 3 flights weekly

interCaribbean provides competitively priced nonstop service between Tortola and Antigua, San Juan, and Santo Domingo, with same day connecting flights to the Turks and Caicos Islands, Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, and the Bahamas. “We believe that interCaribbean is the first scheduled airline to offer seven nonstop destinations from the British Virgin Islands,” said Mr. Trevor Sadler, CEO at interCaribbean. “Our planned connections current and new are designed to minimize layover times.”

Founded as Inter Island Airways in 1991 by Turks Islander, Mr. Lyndon R. Gardiner, Chairman of interCaribbean, the airline started as a charter service, and embarked on a program of adding scheduled international destinations, gradually adding larger and faster aircraft.

“The plan to connect the Caribbean and the wider international market continues to grow and is coming along nicely,” added Mr. Gardiner. There are now a lot of connections between residents of the destinations we serve, and – by offering new connective options we hope to stimulate an increase in tourist and business travel in the region.”

interCaribbean entered the BVI market in 2016 with direct flights between the BVI and Antigua, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. By July 2017, the airline introduced three, weekly scheduled direct flights between the BVI and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.