To celebrate our position as Puerto Rico’s largest airline, today we’re announcing that weoak connect San Juan to two new cities: St. Thomas (STT) and St. Croix (STX). Service will begin Dec. 15 to both destinations, with two daily flights to St. Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport and one daily flight to St. Croix’ Henry E. Rohlsen International Airport. We’re also planning seasonal winter service between Boston and St. Thomas to begin at the same time.
The intra-Caribbean service to STT and STX will be operated with E190 aircraft. The BOS-STT flights will be operated using A320 aircraft.
Depart SJU 0825 Arrive STT 0855 Depart STT 0930 Arrive SJU 1005
Depart SJU 1510 Arrive STT 1540 Depart STT 1730 Arrive SJU 1805
Depart SJU 1425 Arrive STX 1505 Depart STX 1605 Arrive SJU 1650
Depart BOS 0935 Arrive STT 1430 Depart STT 1520 Arrive BOS 1929 (via SJU)
St. Thomas and St. Croix are part of the United States Virgin Islands, an unincorporated territory of the United States. The islands were purchased, along with St. John, from Denmark in 1917. U.S. citizenship was granted to the residents in 1927.
Did you know… The United States Virgin Islands is the only place under U.S. jurisdiction where vehicles are driven on the left side of the road!