Bequia Air Launches Today Exclusively For Bequia Beach Hotel Guests

Bequia Air—the first luxury private aircraft designed to transport guests directly from Barbados to Bequia—debuted today. This new VIP-transfer service offers an elevated travel experience, and it is available exclusively to guests of Bequia Beach Hotel.

Prior to the launch of Bequia Air, luxury travelers had to board inter-island hopper flights that stopped on multiple islands before reaching Bequia. Now, Bequia Air offers direct transport from Barbados to Bequia, making flight times up to 50 percent faster between the two islands. 

Good to know: Travel with Bequia Air includes meet-and-greet services and an air-conditioned aircraft. Bequia Air is also available for private flights on demand in the Caribbean, and exclusively to guests of Bequia Beach Hotel who choose the VIP Transfer add-on package.

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The aircraft is a nine-seat Beechcraft King Air B200. Bequia Air is not an air carrier or operator. The VIP Transfer package starts at $649 per person roundtrip or $399 one-way.

Bequia is located 100 miles west of Barbados and south of St. Vincent, measuring seven square miles. Bequia Beach Hotel is set within nine acres of tropical gardens, with 57 guestrooms and suites, including an Estate Villa, luxury beachfront suites, Junior Plantation suites, six private villas and classic guestrooms. Additional amenities include a spa, gym and three dining experiences.

Visit www.bequiaair.com

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