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Getting Here

There are no direct flights from the USA, Canada, Europe, or South America to the British Virgin Islands’ main airport, the airport code is EIS. It might sound a little complicated to get here but relax because we can help you sort that out with our information below.

The most direct way to arrive to the Tortola is via San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) or via St Thomas (STT).

Flying from the USA:

Flights via San Juan, Puerto Rico Airport Code (SJU):
 Frequent connecting service is offered by American Airlines, Cape Air and Seaborne, with occasional service by other airlines and charter flights.

Flights via St. Thomas (STT): A ferry transfer is necessary to arrive to Tortola.  You can take one of the ferries that travel between St Thomas and Tortola. Take a taxi at the St. Thomas Airport and ask the driver for the next ferry to Tortola. The ferry will arrive at the immigration station at West End, Tortola. Ferries from St. Thomas to Tortola only operate during daylight hours, so the last ferry is usually around 5pm. Make sure that your flight arrives in time for the transfer to Red Hook (approximately 45 minutes), or make arrangements to stay overnight in St. Thomas and catch the ferry the following morning. Ferry service starts at approximately 7:30am.

Ferry Terminals:

  • Charlotte Amalie (5 min from airport)
  • Red Hook (20-30 min for airport)

Ferry Schedules

Flying from Europe:

Flights via Saint Maarten (SXM), Liat airlines and Cape air are your best options.

Flights via miami (MIA) and San Juan, Puerto Rico Airport Code [SJU]:
The most direct way to fly to the BVI is via San Juan, Puerto Rico. Frequent connecting service is offered by Cape Air and Seaborne, with occasional service by other airlines and charter flights. Miami has connecting flights to St Thomas (see info above).

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