Montserrat Offers More Airlift Options

Montserrat Airways Limited, a new airline charter service, officially took flight May 30, offering travelers an alternative way to get to the Caribbean island. The airline received grant funding from the Tourism Challenge Fund and its Air Operator’s certificate from Air Safety Support International (the civil aviation authority based in the United Kingdom) on May 28, confirming that the airline has achieved the highest ratings for air safety and flight operations. 

The Airline will provide the following services:

Additional capacity at peak periods
On-demand charter direct to Antigua and other islands
Day trips, to and from the island 

Charter service costs range from $767 to $4,400, depending on island gateway. 

Visit www.flymontserrat.com 


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