Tradewind Aviation Announces New Flights Between Antigua, St. Barthelemy

Tradewind Aviation recently announced regular, non-stop flights between Antigua and St. Barthelemy.

The new service will operate twice daily in Tradewind’s fleet of executive configured turbine aircraft.

Flights are operated by two pilots with air-conditioning and complimentary drinks and snacks. Flights are also offered between San Juan and Antigua, with a short stopover in St. Barthelemy.

“For the British visitor, St Barth's has been a very difficult journey, requiring an overnight in Antigua and two stops or an expensive private charter," said David Zara, vice president of Tradewind Aviation, in a written release. “Travelers from London and beyond can now visit St. Barth's with just one stop in Antigua, which is very well served with daily non-stop flights from the U.K. We are thrilled to be introducing this unique route.”

Prices start at $395 one way. Celebrating this new route, Tradewind is offering a $100 per round trip discount for purchases made by May 31.


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