The Cyril E. King Airport is
only open to emergency relief flights.
will not be open for commercial flights on
Saturday, September 16, 2017.
Commercial flights will resume at the Cyril E.
King Airport on St. Thomas once the
Transportation Security Administration is fully
functional. Damage to the roof is preventing TSA
from operating its equipment and repairs were
hampered further by heavy rains on 9/15/2017.
Local officials will meet with TSA and the
airlines on 9/17/2917 in order to determine when
normal operations will resume. Humanitarian and
military flights are scheduled for this weekend.
Scheduled charter flights from major airlines
are expected to begin Monday.
Those with travel reservations are advised to
contact their airline for updates on schedule
Cape Air resumed St. Thomas/St. Croix air
service on September 15, 2017. Seaborne has also
resumed their seaplane service between St.
Thomas and St. Croix. VIPA is awaiting
confirmation on when Seaborne will resume their
St. Thomas/St. Croix airport service.