Places in US Virgin Islands

Travel to US Virgin Islands

Flying to US Virgin Islands

US Airways (US) (www.usairways.com) has flights to St Thomas and St Croix. American Airlines (AA) (www.aa.com) offers services from New York and Miami to St Thomas and St Croix. Services from the US mainland to the Virgin Islands are available through Air Sunshine (www.airsunshine.com) and Cape Air (www.flycapeair.com). Seaplanes connect St Thomas and St Croix several times a day. For more information contact Seaborne Airlines (www.seaborneairlines.com).

Flight times:

From London to St Croix is 10 hours 50 minutes (excluding stopover), from New York is 3 hours 45 minutes.

Departure tax:

None.

Other airports in Us Virgin Islands

St Thomas Cyril E. King Airport

Airport Code: STT. Location: The airport is 5km (3 miles) west of Charlotte Amalie. Website: http://www.viport.com. Public transport description: A bus service operates from Charlotte Amalie.

St Croix Henry E. Rohlsen Airport

Airport Code: STX. Location: The airport is about 14km (9 miles) southwest of Christiansted. Website: http://www.viport.com/airports.html. Public transport description: A bus service operates to the cities. Taxis are also available.

Travel by rail

Getting to US Virgin Islands by boat

Main portsCharlotte Amalie (St Thomas), Frederiksted (St Croix), Cruz Bay (St John) and Christiansted (St Croix).

Cruise ships:

A number of cruise lines operating out of Miami and San Juan includes the US Virgin Islands in their itineraries around the Caribbean. For more information, contact the US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism (see Contact Addresses) or consult the Cruise Ship Schedules online (website: www.ships.vi).

Ferry operators:

Regular ferries sail between St Thomas and St John and the British Virgin Islands and Fajardo (Puerto Rico).




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