Cape Air, which connects St. Thomas, St. Croix and San Juan, will start flying two flights a day between Anguilla and San Juan starting Dec. 22.
"We have ensured that our Anguilla flight schedule allows for easy connections with major carriers arriving in San Juan and our convenient ticket and baggage agreements with almost all of the major carriers mean you can book your entire trip on one itinerary and check your bags through to your final destination," Cape Air President Dan Wolf said in a news release.
Cape Air also has ticket and baggage agreements with most major airlines.
The new flights mean that Virgin Islands residents will have an additional carrier to pick from when flying to Anguilla.
Anguilla officials are delighted.
"Anguilla is a unique destination and Cape Air will compliment its product offerings. Our Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport and staff are ready and anxious to have Cape Air on Anguilla. This will add a new dimension to our destination and I am happy to be part of this," Haydn Hughes, parliamentary secretary responsible for Tourism said.
Cape Air began flying in the Caribbean 13 years ago.