Tradewind Launches Service From San Juan to Nevis, Anguilla
Above: a Tradewind flight
By the Caribbean Journal staff
US-based luxury air carrier Tradewind Aviation has launched nonstop service from San Juan to Nevis and Anguilla.
The routes are in addition to the company’s existing “premium scheduled” service, which operates in Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard in the northeastern United States and St Barth in the Caribbean.
The company also provides charter service.
“I am extremely excited about these newest additions to our routes,” said Eric Zipkin, president of Tradewind. “Our premium scheduled service has been extraordinarily well-received in the neighbouring island of St Barth and I am confident that the same clientele will enjoy the ease and comfort access to Anguilla and Nevis.”
The luxury flights will begin at $350 per one-way flight, according to the company.
“I am happy that Tradewind aviation answered my call to provide airlift between the very important route of San Juan — Anguilla,” said Haydn Hughes, Anguilla’s Tourism Minister. “They have already proven their worth and reliability in the region and I am confident that Anguilla is a premier destination that will benefit from their extraordinary service.”
Tradewind is the latest carrier to expand service to Nevis, including Cape Air.
“We are delighted to welcome Tradewind Aviation to Nevis and partner with such a quality team and airline organization,” said Sven Wiedenhaupt, general manager at the Four Seasons Nevis, in a release. “This new route from San Juan directly to the Nevis Vance Amory International Airport will allow travelers to discover the natural beauty of this island, while experiencing the genuine hospitality of the Nevisian people.”