AIRLINE SCHEDULES

Updated 26 January 2022

 

WHAT AIRLINES ARE FLYING TO ST. CROIX, USVI?

American Airlines

  • Two flights from MIA daily most days

  • One flight from CLT Saturdays


Cape Air

  • Providing service between St. Thomas, St. Croix, and San Juan with cancellations as necessary based on passenger loads


Delta Air Lines

  • 3x/week from ATL


Sea Flight

  • Providing service between St. Thomas and St. Croix on demand


Silver/Seaborne

  • Operating airport and seaplane service with cancellations as necessary based on passenger loads


Spirit Airlines

  • FLL-STX Daily

WHAT AIRLINES ARE FLYING TO ST. THOMAS, USVI?

Air Sunshine

  • Providing flights to foreign Caribbean islands based on demand


American Airlines

  • CLT-STT Daily

  • MIA-STT up to 3x/day

  • ORD-STT Saturdays

  • PHL-STT Daily

  • DFW-STT Saturdays

  • JFK-STT daily


Cape Air

  • Providing service between St. Thomas, St. Croix and San Juan with cancellations as necessary based on passenger loads


Delta Air Lines

  • ATL 1-2x/day

  • JFK Daily

  • BOS 3x/week


Frontier

  • Orlando Saturdays

  • Miami Saturdays increase in March to 4x/week

  • SJU Saturdays


JetBlue Airways

  • Providing service between St. Thomas and San Juan daily 

  • BOS Saturdays increases in March

  • JFK 2-3x/week

  • EWR 4x/week


LIAT

  • Providing weekly service between Antigua and St. Thomas


Sea Flight

  • Providing service between St. Thomas and St. Croix on demand


Silver Airways/Seaborne

  • Operating airport and seaplane service with cancellations as necessary based on passenger loads


Spirit Airlines

  • FLL-STT service daily

  • MCO-STT 5x/week

  • MIA-STT 3x/week


Sun Country

  • MSP-STT Saturdays


United Airlines

  • IAH-STT daily

  • EWR-STT daily

  • IAD-STT daily

  • ORD-STT 2x/week

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USVI COVID-19 TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

 

USVI TRAVEL POLICY

Visit www.usviupdate.com for more information about the requirements needed to travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To upload your COVID-19 test results, visit www.usvitravelportal.com.

To report problems or ask questions about the USVI's COVID-19 Travel Portal, please call 1-800-372-8784 or e-mail info@usviupdate.com.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT OUR AIRPORTS AND SEAPORTS

While we welcome you to our beautiful islands, we have been forced to make some changes to the way we do business at our airports and seaports.  The Virgin Islands Port Authority continues to work closely with all stakeholders to ensure a safe experience at the territory’s airports for the traveling public and the airports’ tenants and employees.  The following are Operational Guidelines issued by the USVI Government for the public's safety.

PASSENGER SCREENING

The Virgin Islands Department of Health and the Virgin Islands National Guard will be conducting screening of all arriving travelers.

TEMPERATURE CHECKS AT ALL PASSENGER PORTS

Temperature screenings are mandatory for all travelers arriving in the USVI via U.S. domestic flights or from foreign locations. Temperature checks at the airports will be performed by the Virgin Islands National Guard (VING) at checkpoints on the airport operations access ramp before travelers are allowed entry into the terminal. Thermal temperature scanning machines are also installed at both airport terminals as a secondary temperature check mechanism.

COVER YOUR MOUTH AND NOSE

Masks or facial coverings are mandatory at all USVI airports and seaport terminals.  They must be worn properly covering the entire mouth and nose.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to reduce the spread of the virus, President Joseph Biden issued an Executive Order Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel on January 21, 2021. The order requires masks to be work in airports, on commercial aircraft, and in various modes of surface transportation.  Refusing to wear a mask in or on the airport property is a violation of federal law, and individuals may be subject to penalties under federal law.