St. Kitts has announced a enlargement of United Airlines Saturday use between a airline’s New York/Newark gateway airport, Liberty International Airport (EWR) and St. Kitts. United will recommence use on Nov 19, 2016 and will fly via a winter, summer and tumble in 2017.
“I am really gratified that we will be receiving additional flights from United Airlines,” pronounced a Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grant, Minister of Tourism, International Trade, Industry Commerce. “The prolongation of United’s use will significantly boost ability into a Federation from a New York metro area, a primary marketplace for visitors to St. Kitts.”
United will work 50 percent some-more flights between EWR and SKB and will start a winter deteriorate early this year on Nov 19, 2016. United will work Saturday-only use between EWR and SKB. United will continue to implement a 737-800 aircraft with ability trimming from 154 to 166 seats for these flights. These flights will element existent uninterrupted airlift into St. Kitts from North America, providing some-more available options for transport to St. Kitts.
St. Kitts is now ranked by US News World Report, with sister island Nevis, during #6 on a list of a Best Islands in a World, #7 on a list of a Best Places to Visit in a Caribbean, #4 on a list of a Best Beach Honeymoon Destinations in a World, #3 on a list of Best Caribbean Honeymoons, #5 on a list of Best Family Vacations in a Caribbean and #10 on a list of a Best Affordable Caribbean Destinations.
St. Kitts Tourism Authority, 800-582-6208, 888-395-4887 (Canada), www.stkittstourism.kn