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Nonstop New York-Tortola Flights Could Soon Be a Reality

 Having to find a connecting flight to get to the British Virgin Islands could soon be a thing of the past. Tortola-based BVI Airways has received approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation to operate nonstop flights from New York …

BVI Airways Gets First U.S. Department of Transportation Approval

 The planned first-ever nonstop flights between the United States and the British Virgin Islands have taken a major step forward. BVI Airways has received formal notification by the U.S. Department of Transportation of the grant of economic authority to operate …

BVI Airways Closer to Launch of Miami-Tortola Flights

 BVI Airways is one major step closer to launching its highly-anticipated service between Miami and Tortola. The company has received a revised Air Operator Certificate from UK-based regulator Air Safety Support International, granting the carrier authority to operate its Avro …

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 BVI Airways, which plans to launch the first-ever nonstop commercial flights between Miami and Tortola, has acquired its second aircraft. The company has taken delivery of a second AVRO Regional Jet 100, which will have a seating capacity of 86, …

Long Bay in Tortola

 BVI Airways has begun training its initial class of BVI resident Cabin Crew as it prepares to launch its 2.5 hour non-stop service from the British Virgin Islands to Miami. After a two part interview process conducted in September, BVIA …

 Above: the British Virgin Islands By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional air carrier BVI Airways has been sold to an undisclosed New York-based merchant bank, the company announced Thursday. The company has also named longtime aviation executive Jerry Willoughby its …

 Above: a Sunrise Airways plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s Sunrise Airways is continuing its regional expansion. The Port-au-Prince-based carrier announced that it had signed a Subservice Flight Agreement with Tortola-based BVI Airways, meaning it will operate BVI Airways …