By the Caribbean Journal staff
Regional carrier interCaribbean Airways has launched its first-ever service between Tortola, BVI and Santiago in the Dominican Republic.
The new service is operating twice each week, with flights between the two destinations on Mondays and Fridays.
The nonstop flights depart Tortola at 12:10 PM, arriving in Santiago at around 1:50 PM.
The Santiago-Tortola flights depart at 1:30 PM, arriving at Tortola’s Beef Island airport at 3:10 PM, with the new service opening up a fascinating dual-destination vacation option for travelers, along with another connection option for travelers looking to head to the BVI.
The Turks and Caicos-based airline has been on a broad regional expansion push in the Caribbean over the last several years.