Caribbean Helicopters Adds Antigua-Nevis Commuter Flights

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua-based Caribbean Helicopters has partnered the Ministry of Tourism for the island of Nevis in the establishment of regular helicopter flights between Nevis and Antigua, located just 86 kilometres apart.The flights, which are aimed at improving Nevis’s profile in the Caribbean tourism market, will operate 3 times weekly using Bell Helicopter 206 LongRangers.

The flights, which are aimed at improving Nevis’s profile in the Caribbean tourism market, will operate 3 times weekly using Bell Helicopter 206 LongRangers.

Caribbean Helicopters also operates its helicopters on sightseeing flights around various Caribbean islands.

Its fleet of Piper (twin piston) Navajo Chieftain PA31-350s and Britten-Norman Islander fixed-wing aircraft are used on charter flights only following the end of a contract with LIAT for scheduled services.

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