Whether you want to fly to St Kitts and Nevis for a holiday, business trip, or to explore your investment options, here’s how easy it is to get there…
Where is St Kitts and Nevis?
Home to cloud-shrouded mountains and pristine white beaches, this beautiful twin-island Federation lies in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
Separated by a 2-mile channel, the two islands are very close. Travellers who arrive in St Kitts can take a short taxi ride and a quick scenic ferry to Nevis or, alternatively take a short flight to Nevis. Just a 3-hour flight from Miami, 4 hours from New York, and 7 hours from Chicago, it’s easy to reach.
Reasons to travel to St Kitts and Nevis
You’ll find that local citizens and residents of the country are super friendly. This makes it a popular and inviting destination for travellers as well as its warm weather. St Kitts is famous for its blue seas and fine sandy beaches as well as its gorgeous green mountain chain. The mountain chain is almost completely covered by thriving rainforest.
Visitors to the country will be glad to hear that the newly elected government of St Kitts and Nevis has prioritised ways to reduce crime and increase the safety and security of tourists.
How to fly to St Kitts and Nevis
St Kitts is easily reached from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, and other Caribbean islands. Robert L.Bradshaw International Airport (SKB) in St Kitts is how most US travellers arrive in St Kitts and Nevis. From there, Nevis Island is just a domestic flight away.
Cape Air returns to Nevis.
Excitingly, Cape Air recently recommenced operations at Nevis’ Vance W. Amory International Airport (VAIA).
Cape Air will be providing Nevis with air access to major United States airline flights via a convenient connection at St Thomas, US Virgin Islands. Travellers can now enjoy the option of booking a ticket directly from US cities via any of these airlines:
- American Airlines
- JetBlue and
- United Airlines.
The inaugural flight from St Thomas, United States Virgin Islands took place on 15 February 2023.
Six passengers flew on a Cessna 402 nine-seater plane and, upon landing, were greeted by a magnificent masquerade troupe on the tarmac. Also there to greet them were Honourable Eric Evelyn,Deputy Premier of Nevis and Mr. Devon Liburd the CEO of the Nevis Tourism Authority.
“The US Virgin Islands is also an important link to Nevis as scores of Nevisians reside there and are always looking for ways of getting home. So in my opinion it’s a win, win, and win for Nevis. Tourism on Nevis will benefit, Cape Air as an airline will benefit, the residents of Nevis will benefit and of course we also include the residents of St. Kitts and the US Virgin Islands who will also benefit,” says the Honourable Evelyn.
Mr Liburd said the launch of the Cape Air service is an exciting time for Nevis as it will increase access to the island as a connection point from the US and the USVI.
He thanked other stakeholders including the Nevis government, Nevis Air and Sea Ports Authority (NASPA), Ministry of Tourism, and Ministry of Finance for their critical roles in making the airline’s return a reality.
“The US Virgin Islands is also an important link to Nevis as scores of Nevisians reside there and are always looking for ways of getting home. So in my opinion it’s a win, win, and win for Nevis. Tourism on Nevis will benefit, Cape Air as an airline will benefit, the residents of Nevis will benefit and of course we also include the residents of St. Kitts and the US Virgin Islands who will also benefit.”
When to visit St Kitts and Nevis
Any time is a good time to visit the vibrant and charming islands of St Kitts and Nevis. If relaxation, luxury and adventure are what you’re after then you’re going to the right place.