You can feel good flying the Seaborne airshuttle. Everything about the airshuttle service is designed for your maximum comfort and safety.
With a capacity to seat 17 people, the Seaborne airshuttle is actually the largest plane with direct flights between St. Croix and St. Thomas, as well as the largest plane serving the island of Vieques!
The comfort of the airshuttle is noticeable to passengers, who comment on the spacious seating and legroom, large panoramic windows, air-conditioning, and the comfort and safety of two engines and two pilots on every flight.
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.
Seaborne Airlines aircraft are the largest flying to Vieques, 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 airshuttle fleet with approximately 25 flights per day. Seaborne is proud to operate this particular aircraft, a 19 passenger Short Takeoff and Landing utility aircraft developed by deHavilland Canada. The airshuttle is designed to be a regional passenger airliner and Medevac aicraft.
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The Seaborne airshuttle flies to San Juan and Vieques in Puerto Rico, as well as St. Croix and St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Tortola/Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands. Location details are on each destination page.