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Cape Air’s Caribbean presence continues to expand with twice-weekly service between St. Croix and Nevis further strengthening its commitment to providing convenient and accessible air travel options within the region. Beginning on July 12, 2024, the airline will operate two weekly flights on Friday and Sunday between Henry E. Rohlsen Airport in St. Croix and Vance W. Amory International Airport in Nevis. The flight schedule is optimally timed for local travel.

“Cape Air has been invested in the Caribbean region for over twenty-five years,” said Linda Markham, President and CEO of Cape Air in a media announcement. “A significant portion of our business is focused on connecting island communities to hub cities and providing convenient access to flights on our partner carriers. We are grateful to be able to play a part in driving Nevis’s tourism economy,” she added. “In addition, we are ever mindful of our important role in connecting the peoples of Nevis and St. Croix with their home islands.”

Cape Air Meets Growing Demand Between Two Islands

This new service by Cape Air is a testament to the growing demand for seamless travel between Nevis and St. Croix,” stated Premier Hon. Mark Brantley. “We are thrilled to collaborate with Cape Air to introduce this route, which will undoubtedly boost tourism, enhance business connections, and foster stronger ties between our islands.”

Cape Air has been offering affordable, convenient, frequent daily flights throughout the Caribbean since 1998. Cape Air operates the Cessna 402 aircraft which is a 9-passenger, low-wing, twin-engine aircraft exquisitely suited for inter-island flights. With its Caribbean hubs in San Juan and St. Croix, Cape Air operates more than 80 daily flights to St. Croix, St. Croix, Tortola, Vieques, Nevis, Nevis, Mayaguez, Culebra, and Virgin Gorda.

Now in its 35th year, Cape Air is one of the largest commuter airlines in the United States, serving 32 cities in the US and the Caribbean. The employee-owned company, based in Hyannis, MA, has grown from three flights a day between Provincetown and Boston in 1989 to a fleet of 98 aircraft, more than 250 flights a day, and flying approximately 400,000 passengers annually.

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