Visitors will soon have added options when travelling to the British Virgin Islands, with the addition of Seaborne Airlines to the country’s air transportation.
Beginning on the October 1st 2012, Seaborne will be operating two flights daily between San Juan Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in Puerto Rico and the Terrence Lettsome International Airport.
Seaborne Airlines plans to significantly increase service in 2013 to facilitate up to seven flights daily to the BVI.
Over the next eight months, Seaborne Airline will be expanding its fleet of aircraft to include the Saab 340B, which will have the capacity to hold up to 34 passengers per flight.
With twice the number of seats per aircraft and additional scheduled flights, the new planes will be able to facilitate in meeting the high demand of air travel to the BVI.
The first Saab 340B aircrafts will be incorporated into the fleet at the end of the year and will start flying to the BVI in March 2013.
The addition of this St. Croix based Airline will create alternate options that will facilitate in tourists travels to and from the Territory.
Seaborne Airlines also plans to increase its service to its existing routes between San Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Thomas and Vieques, Puerto Rico.