Seaborne Expands Seaplane Schedule Between St. Croix and St. Thomas

Seaborne Airlines has announced an expansion of Seaplane flights between the Seaplane bases at St. Croix and St. Thomas. Customers and packages will be able to fly as early as 6:40 a.m. from St. Croix to St. Thomas and as late as 6 p.m. from St. Thomas to St. Croix. Operated in the past, these additional flights were extremely popular, allowing business travelers more time for meetings on both islands.
The new flights will operate Monday through Friday beginning Tuesday, June 21. After the additions, Seaborne will operate 26 daily Seaplane flights, or 13 daily roundtrips, providing a true “air bridge” between the islands. All flights will be operated by the 14 seat DHC-6-300 Twin Otter seaplane. The plane operates with two pilots and two engines; it is the only United States Federal Aviation Administration Part 121 Seaplane operator, providing the highest standard under United States Federal Air Regulations for pilot training and aircraft maintenance.
“Seaborne’s new flights will lengthen the day for our many commuters and business travelers, aiding commerce and economic development in the territory,” said Mora Scotland, regional manager for the four USVI Airports served by Seaborne. “We are proud of the role we play in the territory and will continue to work hard to remain ‘The Way the Virgin Islands Gets to Work.’”
Seaborne remains one of the territory’s largest employers; it has invested over $300,000 in Seaplane facility improvements over the past year and a half; it has brought on new aircraft this past year and works to show its commitment to the USVI in many other ways. Seaborne continues to aggressively support community sponsorships, tourism events and, recently reaffirmed its commitment to the V.I. economy through the waiving of checked bag fees for duty-free liquor boxes. Each 21 year-old passenger is allowed one duty free liquor box holding five or six bottles, so long as one was bottled locally.
New Flights Effective June 21
Dep. Seaport /Arr. Seaport /Dep. Time /Arr. Time/Days of Week
*St Croix (SSB) /St Thomas (SPB) /6:40 am /7:05 am /Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 7:30 am 7:55 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 8:00 am 8:25 am Mon. thru Sat.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 8:50 am 9:15 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 9:20 am 9:45 am Daily
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 10:10 am 10:35 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 10:40 am 11:05 am Sat. & Sun.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 11:30 am 11:55 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 1:20 pm 1:45 pm Daily
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 2:00 pm 2:25 pm Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 2:40 pm 3:05 pm Daily
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 3:20 pm 3:45 pm Mon. thru Fri.
St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 4:00 pm 4:25 pm Daily
*St Croix (SSB) St Thomas (SPB) 5:20 pm 5:45 pm Mon. thru Fri.
*St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 7:20 am 7:45 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 8:10 am 8:35 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 8:40 am 9:05 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 9:30 am 9:55 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 10:00 am 10:25 am Daily
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 10:50 am 11:15 am Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 11:30 am 11:55 am Sat. & Sun.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 12:10 pm 12:35 pm Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 2:00 pm 2:25 pm Daily
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 2:40 pm 3:05 pm Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 3:20 pm 3:45 pm Daily
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 4:00 pm 4:25 pm Mon. thru Fri.
St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 4:40 pm 5:05 pm Daily
*St Thomas (SPB) St Croix (SSB) 6:00 pm 6:25 pm Mon. thru Fri.
* Added flights
About Seaborne Airlines
Seaborne Airlines has been operating in the Caribbean for over 23 years, carrying approximately three million customers safely. With over 1,500 monthly departures to 17 airports, Seaborne serves San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, St. Thomas airport and Seaplane base, St. Croix airport and Seaplane base, Anguilla, Antigua, Tortola, Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Saint Martin, St. Kitts, Nevis, La Romana, Punta Cana and Santo Domingo. All flights operate with two pilots and two engines under Federal Air Regulation Part 121, the strictest code of the U.S. Federal Air Regulation governing air travel.

 

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