Tradewind Aviation and British Airways Launch London to St. Barth’s Flights

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U.S.-based private charter aircraft operator Tradewind Aviation has partnered with British Airways to offer travelers a one-ticket flight from London to St. Barth’s.

With the new connection, passengers can fly out of London directly to St. Barth’s via Antigua on Tradewind Aviation. Baggage transfer and on-board snacks and drinks are included on the interline journey.

The charter flight operator has recently joined the Virtuoso Luxury Travel Network, and has hubs in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Antigua. In the Caribbean, it additionally flies to Anguilla, Nevis, and St. Thomas; the airline currently offers 14 weekly flights between Antigua and St. Barth’s.

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Tradewind Aviation also operates scheduled flights in Northeast U.S, with terminals in New York, Stowe, VT, and Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Boston, MA. Tickets are interchangeable, itinerary changes are free, and the return value from cancellations doesn’t expire.

Luxury travelers also have the option of a private charter, flying to any destination they choose. Tradewind Aviation's fleet consists of two types – Pilatus (eight passengers) and Citation (six passengers). The total fleet size is 19 with 16 Pilatuses and three Citations, in addition to access to a mid-size jet and a large-cabin jet.

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