Tradewind flies to Anguilla, St Barth and Virgin Gorda as part of its Caribbean network.

From Anguilla to St Barth, How to Fly to the Caribbean’s Top March Events 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - March 6, 2024

Some of the Caribbean’s most beloved events are on the agenda this month, from the St Barth Bucket Regatta to the Moonsplash Music Festival in Anguilla. 

And there’s one great way to reach all of them: flying Tradewind Aviation. 

Tradewind is the only airline that flies to Anguilla, St Barth and Virgin Gorda, all of which have high-profile events planned for the next month. 

Moonsplash is held each year on Rendezvous Bay, above.

That includes Virgin Gorda’s Easter Festival, which runs from March 30-April 1. Tradewind launched its historic service from San Juan to Virgin Gorda last year. 

Legendary musician Bankie Banx hosts the popular Moonsplash festival in Anguilla, which runs from March 22-24. 

And the sought-after Bucket Regatta, one of the world’s most celebrated yachting events, runs March 21-24. 

Tradewind operates scheduled and charter flights from San Juan to each destination. 

For more, visit Tradewind

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