Caribbean Airlines Is Adding a New Destination: St Kitts
In another boost for sizzling St Kitts, Caribbean Airlines is adding the Eastern Caribbean island to its airlift roster for the first time.
Beginning this month, Caribbean Airlines will launch a new route that begins in Trinidad and Tobago, stops in Antigua and then arrives in St Kitts.
The new service will kick off on July 24.
The following week, on July 29, Caribbean Airlines will launch a new route connecting Barbados and St Kitts.
“We are thrilled to welcome Caribbean Airlines to St. Kitts, a partnership that will undoubtedly elevate our tourism industry to new heights,” said Marsha T. Henderson, St Kitts’ Minister of Tourism. “The inclusion of St. Kitts on their airlift roster opens up a world of possibilities for travelers seeking extraordinary experiences in our stunning destination. We are confident that this strategic alliance will not only stimulate our economy but also showcase the unique charm and allure of St. Kitts to a wider audience. Additionally, this new flight adds to the ever-increasing airlift into the Federation.”
Indeed, St Kitts has been adding new routes both locally and abroad, headlined by the highly-anticipated new service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and St Kitts on JetBlue launching Nov. 2.
“Prior to the pandemic, the Caribbean was one of our largest markets, second only to North America. Events and business travel drive this market, and with the commencement of this service, we are well on our way to recapturing this position,” remarked Ellison “Tommy” Thompson of the St. Kitts Tourism Authority.