Charter airlines play a key role in Caribbean travel, filling gaps in local air service (particularly to smaller islands) as well as delivering tourists to out-of-the-way destinations and resorts. Charter prices can be competitive with scheduled airline service in the Caribbean, especially for groups.
01 of 11Destinations: Based in Puerto Rico, this Air America (not the CIA one!) offers service throughout the Caribbean, including St. Barths, Culebra, Vieques, St. Thomas, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, St. Croix, Anegada, Anguilla, St. Maarten, and San Juan.
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"Flying is an art...the Caribbean is our canvas!"
Destinations: Private flights to and from Beef Island Airport (EIS) from Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, San Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas - US Virgin Islands, St Maarten, Antigua, Anguilla and other destinations, via twin engine Piper Navajo prop planes.
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"The Caribbean's Premier Charter Airline"
Destinations: Daytrips to Anegada are a specialty of this British Virgin Islands charter airline, which also offers service throughout the Caribbean on Piper Navajo and Piper Navajo Chieftain planes. As the website explicitly states, "your schedule is our schedule," and when booking with four or more people, these charters end up being less expensive in most cases than non-chartered air travel.
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Destinations: Travel the skies of the British Virgin Islands like Richard Branson does -- by charter copter. Antilles Helicopter Service offers sightseeing flights to the BVI and St. Maarten as well as VIP transportation. Other tours of the islands are also available for a relatively cheap rate per person.
Reservations: 284-495-2538Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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More Airline Options for Reaching the Caribbean
If chartering isn't your style, check out our additional articles on how to get to the Caribbean:
And, to save money and book travel wisely, check out our article on How To Get Cheap Caribbean Flights and Airfare.