Most major airlines fly to the Caribbean. But once you get there, if you want to go between islands, it’s a very different story. For island hoppers, businesspeople, family visitors or island explorers, there are all kinds of airlines servicing routes near and far. These are the best “regional” airlines in the Caribbean — the ones that fly between the islands (although some of them fly to the US and Europe, too). In other words, this is how you fly around the Caribbean.
This was our of Airline of the Year in 2014, and it’s a dynamic, innovative, well-run carrier. The fast-growing Puerto Rico based company has in large part filled the void left by the departure of American Eagle. It serves destinations all over the region, including Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, the BVI and even seaplane service in the USVI, among other stops.