New Planes For Caribbean Sun

A new Sun has been up in the Caribbean skies just under four months now. Caribbean Sun Airlines did its first Inaugural flight from San Juan to the British Virgin Islands on January 21st, 2003. Since then, the new airline has been servicing this extremely busy route with daily flights between San Juan and Tortola.
On April 16th, 2003 Caribbean Sun introduced its third destination - St Kitts, with a festive ceremony and reception at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport. The airline will be offering the people of St Kitts and Nevis convenient, daily flights to San Juan, allowing them seamless connections to the United States of America.
Caribbean Sun is in the process of increasing its fleet of Dash Eight aircraft in time for the Summer holidays, not only to accommodate the heavy holiday loads expected, but because the airline has plans in place to add two new destinations to its schedule in the very near future - St Maarten and Antigua. Currently, the airline has three aircraft in service operating 18 flights per day, seven days a week.
Paul Moreira, Chief Operating Officer for Caribbean Star and Caribbean Sun Airlines, says proudly, “For an airline to survive in this climate, the product has to be of high quality. Caribbean Sun is doing just that, we have new planes, exciting routes, great in-flight service and an introductory fare that is unmatched”. Caribbean Sun Airlines is offering an introductory return fare from St. Kitts and St Maarten of just US$100.00.
Together the two airlines will offer a full-service travel option to a total of 15 destinations, exciting vacation packages, competitive fares and a high level of professionalism that has become synonymous with the Stanford Group.
For more information on Caribbean Sun`s schedules, destinations and fares contact your travel agent, or call Caribbean Sun Airlines at 1-800-744-STAR.
Caribbean Sun Airlines Inc. and Caribbean Star Airlines Limited are affiliated but separate companies. The air service provided by each carrier is operated independently of the other and the rules applicable to your travel on each airline may be different.