VI Airlink


VI Airlink, also known as Virgin Islands Airlink, is a distinctive airline rooted in the British Virgin Islands, boasting the unique distinction of being the sole airline possessing airplanes registered in the B.V.I. Predominantly operating chartered short-haul flights across the Caribbean, it makes use of a compact but efficient fleet of three aircraft, stationed at its base at Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport on Beef Island. The airline is recognized for its scheduled services to various destinations and its pivotal role in the medical emergency transport within the British Virgin Islands.


Specializing in short-haul flights throughout the Caribbean, VI Airlink offers scheduled services to Anegada four times a week from Beef Island/Tortola with connections from St. Thomas, and to Antigua twice a week on Friday and Saturday. The airline, awaiting approval for flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico, is noteworthy for being the first overseas territory carrier approved by the United States Federal Aviation Administration to fly directly to the United States since 1993.


VI Airlink operates a trio of aircraft, ensuring versatile and efficient service across its routes. The fleet encompasses a Beechcraft 1900 (VP-LVI), a Beechcraft King Air (VP-LNB), and a Cessna 402 (VP-LAD), each of which is meticulously maintained to provide safe, comfortable, and reliable travel experiences. Notably, the airplanes can be converted as per the requisites for medical emergency transport, underlining the airline’s versatility and commitment to the community.


  • IATA: V6

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