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San Juan, PR (December 19, 2022) Cape Air will provide Nevis with air access to major U.S. airline flights via a convenient connection at St. Thomas. Beginning on February 15, 2023, one daily flight and two flights on Sundays will operate between St. Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport and Vance W. Amory International Airport in Nevis. The Nevis access enabled by Cape Air is available on,, and American Airlines’ Passengers can book their reservations on or by calling 1-800-CAPE-AIR.

“Convenient interline agreements with our airline partners American, JetBlue, United, and Delta will allow for widespread distribution, increasing access to Nevis as a tourism destination,” said Linda Markham, CEO & President of Cape Air. “We are grateful to be able to play a part in driving Nevis’ tourism economy,” she added.

“We are delighted to see the return of the Cape Air service to Nevis. This service gives additional options for passengers who wish to travel between the mainland USA and our tranquil island of Nevis. Given the block of daily flights into St. Thomas, and the many codeshare and interline agreements which Cape Air has with some of these airlines, it bodes well for the success of this flight.” said Devon Liburd, CEO of The Nevis Tourism Authority. Pamela Martin, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of The Authority said, “We could not have forged this agreement alone; this is a result of close collaboration with The Ministry of Tourism and The Nevis Air & Sea Ports Authority.”

Cape Air has been offering frequent daily flights throughout the Caribbean since 1998. With a Caribbean hub in San Juan, Cape Air operates more than 80 daily flights to St. Thomas, St. Croix, Tortola, Vieques, Mayaguez, Culebra, Virgin Gorda and now Nevis.

About Cape Air

Now in its 33rd year, Cape Air is one of the largest commuter airlines in the United States, serving 38 cities in the US and the Caribbean. The employee-owned company, based in Hyannis, Massachusetts, has grown from three flights a day between Provincetown and Boston in 1989 to a fleet of 102 aircraft, more than 250 flights per day during high season, and flying over 350,000 passengers annually. Cape Air was recognized as “One of the Top Ten Small Airlines in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler.


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