JetBlue A320, Trans Anguilla Cessna 402 arrives at wet runway of RLB International Airport

JetBlue Airways A320 and Trans Anguilla Cessna 402 arrived at a wet runway of Robert L Bradshaw International Airport on Friday.

JetBlue A320, Trans Anguilla Cessna 402 arrives at wet runway of RLB International Airport
JetBlue A320, Trans Anguilla Cessna 402 arrives at wet runway of RLB International Airport

St Kitts and Nevis: JetBlue Airways A320 and Trans Anguilla Cessna 402 arrived at a wet runway of Robert L Bradshaw International Airport on Friday. The glimpses of the arrival of the two aircraft have been captured on the social media across St Kitts and Nevis.

In addition to that, Caribbean Airlines have also been spotted at the International Airport, providing non-stop direct service to St Kitts and Nevis. Three aircraft have garnered huge attention from across the country, marking the potential of the airlift sector.

The airlift sector of St Kitts and Nevis has been generating revenue for the economic growth of the country as it has been an uplifting connection with the international community. The strategy also consisted of several ideas for enhancing the sustainable agenda of the country by delivering quality to the local tourism stakeholders and businesses to the small owners.

In addition to that, the accessibility to the island nation has also been enhanced with the direct services of the airlines such as JetBlue, and American Airlines which provides business from the US market. Further, the service of the flights from interCaribbean Airways and the Caribbean Airlines also aimed at fostering regional connectivity and an ever-expanding network throughout the country.

St Kitts and Nevis is known as one of the ideal destinations which offer a unique experience to the travelers with its unique hotspots. Lush green rainforests, vibrant beaches, serene views and Nevis Island invited the tourists from across the globe to enhance their holidays.

With the uplifted airlift options, travelers from different parts of the world visit St Kitts and Nevis and provide continued growth to the tourism sector. Minister of Tourism added that the air service expansion by different airlines provide primary source markets to the tourists from across the globe.

The tourism sector of St Kitts and Nevis has been growing with time through the airlift sector which provides arrays of opportunities to local business holders to grow their business in the international market.