International flights have once again resumed at the Captain Auguste George International Airport on Anegada.

A release from the Ministry of Communication and Works revealed that the airport welcomed international flights from San Juan and St. Thomas on Saturday, March 23 via Fly BVI and Island Birds.

Commenting on the resumption, Minister for Communications and Works, Honourable Kye Rymer labelled the development as a significant milestone that enhances connectivity and accessibility for visitors to Anegada. He also affirmed his government’s unwavering commitment to fostering economic growth through enhanced air connectivity and tourism expansion.

Rymer noted that the reintroduction of international flights on the sister island exemplifies the government’s dedication to upholding rigorous aviation safety standards, ensuring a seamless and secure travel experience for all passengers.

“This initiative not only highlights our dedication to expanding air connectivity but also underscores our commitment to fostering economic growth in the Virgin Islands,” Rymer stated.

He added, “The inclusion of foreign flights into Anegada signifies a strategic move to showcase the natural beauty and warm hospitality of the island, thereby attracting more visitors.”