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Aircraft from Anguilla now operating in VI through local airline

Aircraft from Anguilla now operating in VI through local airline

Now that air travel restrictions are being lifted throughout the Caribbean and persons have been looking to travel more frequently, new air travel options are also being presented here in the Virgin Islands.

Through collaboration between locally-owned North Eastern Caribbean Airline and Anguilla Air Services, an aircraft from Anguilla will now be operating in the Virgin Islands, out of the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport on Beef Island.

The aircraft, a 9-seat BN2 Islander, is already in the Virgin Islands, Mr Neville C. Brathwaite of North Eastern Caribbean Airline confirmed to Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) today, February 3, 2021.

Mr Brathwaite, who is also associated with VI Airlink, said the plane can be chartered to fly to Anegada and Virgin Gorda as well as all the other Caribbean Islands.

According to local pilot and businessman, Mr Neville C. Brathwaite of North Eastern Caribbean Airline, the aircraft, a 9-seat BN2 Islander, is already in the Virgin Islands.


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Further, Mr Brathwaite said North Eastern Caribbean Airline is working on adding St Croix, St Thomas and Puerto Rico to their routes, noting that all paperwork is already submitted.

The local pilot and businessman said the airline can also operate a schedule. “We are working on the reservation system,” Mr Brathwaite said.

For more information, persons can call or WhatsApp 2843465821 or 2843462938 or Email: info@northeasterncaribbeanairline.com

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