Regional carrier Cape Air is expanding in the Caribbean with a new route between St Thomas and Anguilla.
The new service will mean two daily flights between St Thomas and Anguilla, kicking off on Nov. 20, 2021.
They’ve already launched reservations.
“We are very pleased to announce this new service with Cape Air, which opens up a host of possibilities in terms of greater connectivity, ease of access and convenience for visitors to our island,” said Anguilla Tourism Minister Haydn Hughes. “This is an important partnership, particularly as we seek to expand and promote opportunities for intra-regional travel. Today’s travelers are seeking a variety of experiential vacations and our ability to offer multiple, complementary destinations has tremendous potential to not only increase our overall visitor base but also extend the length of stay in our region.”
The flight takes a little less than an hour, offering a new way for travelers to reach Anguilla, and tapping into St Thomas’ strong airlift.
“At Cape Air we continuously monitor the demand in the Caribbean market, and we have the capacity and resources to respond very quickly. As Anguilla reopens its borders for tourism, increased, reliable air service will benefit visitors and locals alike,” said Linda Markham, President of Cape Air. “We are fully committed to maintaining our business operations at the highest levels while keeping our communities connected.”
The flights will depart St Thomas at 9:20 AM and 3:20 PM.
“This new Cape Air service facilitates access for visitors from Anguilla’s traditional source markets as well as within the Caribbean region,” declared Stacey Liburd, Director of Tourism for Anguilla. “We look forward to working with the Cape Air team to educate our trade partners and to get the word out to consumers about the new service.”