How to Get Here

It keeps getting easier to get to St. Kitts & Nevis. The number and quality of flights from North America and Europe continues to improve, and visitors will find Robert Llewellyn  Bradshaw International Airport (SKB) one of  the best and easiest airport experiences in the Caribbean.

North America to St. Kitts

No matter where you’re coming from, you can choose from a number
of major departure cities:

Airline

Route

Air Canada

Toronto - St. Kitts

Air Canada flies non-stop  on Saturdays in peak season  (mid-December through April).

American Airlines

New York - St. Kitts

American Airlines flies non-stop  on Saturdays from JFK. 

Miami - St. Kitts

American Airlines flies non-stop daily, with two flights  from Thursday through Sunday.

Charlotte - St. Kitts

American Airlines flies non-stop on Saturdays.

British Airways

London - St. Kitts

British Airways flies from  Gatwick on Wednesdays and Saturdays to St. Kitts  via Antigua.

Delta Airlines

Atlanta - St. Kitts

Delta Airlines flies nonstop on Saturdays. From December 23, 2017 through January 6, 2018 on Delta will also fly on Wednesdays and from January 9, 2018 through March 27, 2018 on Tuesdays.

New York - St. Kitts

Delta Airlines flies nonstop on Saturdays starting on December 23, 2017.

 

United Airlines

Newark - St. Kitts

United Airlines flies non-stop  on Saturdays in peak season  (mid-December through September).


Numerous flights are available  into St. Kitts from St. Maarten, Antigua, and the British Virgin Islands. Schedules are subject to change, so be sure to check with the carrier.

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