Seaborne airport service
You can feel good flying the Seaborne airport service. Everything about our service is designed for your maximum comfort and safety.
With two aircraft , the Seaborne airport service has flexibility to give you the best service for multiple destinations.
Safety is our top priority
Seaborne Airlines operates under FAR Part 121 airline, the strictest code of Federal Regulations governing air travel, and the same one that covers all US Major Carriers. Seaborne is the only FAR Part 121 airline based in the Caribbean.
The Power of Two: Seaborne Airlines flights all have two pilots on board our safe twin-engine aircraft. Seaborne’s fleet is supported by two maintenance facilities teams, based on St. Croix. Seaborne Airlines has maintained an impeccable safety record.
Where does Seaborne Fly?
Seaborne Airlines flies many beautiful islands throughout the Caribbean from 10 different stations.
- St. Croix (STX)
- St. Thomas (STT)
- San Juan (SJU)
- Vieques (VQS)
- Tortola (EIS)
- Virgin Gorda (VIJ)
- Dominica (DOM)
- Martinique (FDF)
- Guadeloupe (PTP)
The Saab is a two-engine turboprop aircraft, has 34 seats with the comfort of most modern jetliners and the increased speed will provide the fastest overall journey on all routes Seaborne flies. This fuel efficient aircraft will help keep Seaborne competitive and eco friendly. Seaborne has the ability to go fly longer distances with the Saab. Expansion throughout the Caribbean is planned to make travel easier for local traffic and connecting tourist worldwide. With two pilots, Flight attendant, lavatory and in flight service, this makes flying comfortable to: St. Croix, St. Thomas, San Juan, Tortola, Dominica, Martinique and Guadeloupe.
Seaborne Twin Otter
Seaborne Airlines aircraft are the largest flying to Vieques and Virgin Gorda which passengers can experience with greater cabin space and extra large windows to enjoy the spectacular view. Flights are air-conditioned to provide a very comfortable travel experience for our customers.
There are three (3) DHC-6-300 Twin Otter aircraft in the airport fleet with approximately 25 flights per day. Seaborne is proud to operate this particular aircraft, a 17 passenger Short Takeoff and Landing utility aircraft developed by deHavilland Canada. The twin otter is designed to be a regional passenger airliner and Medevac aicraft.
Read more about the twin otter fleet.