Updated: Jul 16
The first nonstop flight connecting the British Virgin Islands and the United States since 1986.
According to a statement by Clive McCoy, the director of the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board, this year has been an extraordinary one for our cherished destination. We have witnessed the arrival of numerous new accommodations, charter companies, and, notably, the first nonstop flight connecting the British Virgin Islands and the United States since 1986. As a destination heavily reliant on tourism, this revolutionary air service provided by American Airlines will have a significant impact on our local communities by enhancing accessibility. We eagerly await the arrival of over 2,000 monthly passengers to the BVI, granting them the opportunity to partake in our captivating cultural experiences.
Eagle Embraer 175 aircraft
American Airlines Launches Miami-BVI Flights and is operating this service utilizing their American Eagle Embraer 175 aircraft, equipped with 75 seats. In recent years, the airline has been progressively introducing comparable routes, focusing on destinations that lacked international nonstop service, such as Anguilla and Dominica.
American Airlines Launches Miami-BVI Flights and it's a three hour flight only
The duration of the Miami-Tortola service, as stated by American Airlines, is approximately three hours. However, it's important to note that these flights may not come at a low cost, considering the substantial price increases implemented by American Airlines throughout the Caribbean. A glance at flights between Miami and the BVI for the upcoming week revealed prices ranging from $1,951 to $2,594 for a round trip.