Flights between St. Thomas, USVI and Anguilla are out for sale on capeair.com
San Juan, PR (November 10, 2020) Cape Air continues its growth in the Caribbean market by adding Anguilla to its already expansive route map. Two daily, direct flights will operate between St. Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport (STT) and Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd Airport (AXA) starting Nov. 20 2020. Anguilla flights are out for sale on capeair.com. The airline has been providing daily, year-round service between the islands and its San Juan, Puerto Rico hub and St. Thomas, USVI since 1998.
St. Thomas (STT)- Anguilla (AXA) Anguilla (AXA)-St. Thomas (STT)
9:20 AM 10:15 AM
3:20 PM 4:15 PM 4:35 PM 5:30 PM
“At Cape Air, we continuously monitor the demand in the Caribbean market and we have the capacity and resources to respond very quickly, as Anguilla reopens its borders for tourism, increased reliable air service will benefit visitors and locals alike,” said Linda Markham, President of Cape Air. “We are fully committed to maintaining our business operations at the highest levels while keeping our communities connected,” she added.
Cape Air’s partnerships with major carriers ensure easier and faster combined itineraries and provide more efficient connectivity in the Caribbean. Passengers can check their baggage through and receive connecting boarding passes, as long as the reservation is booked on a single itinerary.
“We are indeed happy that Cape Air has once again made Anguilla one of its destinations. This route will serve us well given the tremendous diaspora we have in the USVI. We look forward to growing the route and a long and successful relationship between Cape Air and the Government and people of Anguilla,” said Honorable Haydn Hughes, Anguilla’s Minister of MICUH and Tourism.
As a response to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, Cape Air implemented enhanced safety precautions and cleaning procedures to ensure its passengers’ and employees’ health and well-being. Before each flight, employees thoroughly disinfect surfaces using approved cleaning agents, following the CDC’s guidance on suggested sterilization methods. Additionally, Cape Air’s fleet flies at lower altitudes, which means fresh air cycles throughout the cabin, pressurized/recycled air is never used. As part of the measures to promote health and safety, Cape Air requires all passengers to wear face masks or coverings at their check-in counters, gate areas, and onboard the aircraft. Cape Air asks its passengers to bring masks or face coverings; however, masks are provided should a passenger not have one available.
About Cape Air
Now in its 32nd year, Cape Air is one of the largest commuter airlines in the United States, serving 38 cities in the US and the Caribbean. The employee-owned company, based in Hyannis, Massachusetts, has grown from three flights a day between Provincetown and Boston in 1989 to a fleet of 91 aircraft, more than 400 flights a day, and flying over 500,000 passengers annually. Cape Air was recognized as “One of the Top Ten Small Airlines in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler.