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Fly Montserrat ready to fly private charters for travellers

Fly Montserrat begins operations

Montserrat’s newest airline company, Fly Montserrat, was granted its Air Operators Certificate on May 28th 2009 by the UK overseas Civil Aviation Authority Air Safety Support International (ASSI). With this certificate, Fly Montserrat is now fully operational and ready to fly private charters for travellers between Montserrat and neighbouring Caribbean islands including Antigua. Operated by Montserrat Airways Ltd, Fly Montserrat’s first official charter took place on Saturday May 30th 2009.

Until the new service began, Winair flights from Antigua were the only way to access Montserrat other than by private vessel, so this additional flight service lends more capacity to welcome visitors from neighbouring islands. The charter service also opens up others islands including St Lucia and St Kitts as hubs for UK tourists travelling to Montserrat.

Fly Montserrat can offer on-demand charters to provide additional capacity at peak periods, urgent freight movements and day trips both on and off island at short notice.

Fly Montserrat’s nine-seater Britten-Norman Islander plane will be based in Montserrat and operate services across the Eastern Caribbean. The website currently advertises routes to 14 Caribbean islands – Tortola, Anguilla, St Maarten, St Barths, St Eustatius, Barbuda, St. Kitts, Nevis and Antigua to the north of Montserrat and Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia and St Vincent to the south.

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