Montserrat welcomes new airlift service

MONTSERRAT, West Indies – The Emerald Isle of the Caribbean is proud to announce new charter flights from Montserrat to Antigua. Air Montserrat is scheduled to begin service in mid-October operating daily flights between the two islands.

“This is an important addition to airlift options and reflects Montserrat’s growing market,” said Ernestine Cassell, Director of Tourism. It gives international travelers the option and flexibility to charter this service to better suite their travel schedule.”

Air Montserrat is owned by Philip Rogers, a native Montserratian, and is operated by Trans Anguilla Airways (2000) Limited with the aircraft being based in Montserrat. “It is my hope to provide superior service and a friendly and convenient alternative to visitors traveling the Montserrat,” said Rogers.

The airline, operating a Britten Norman Islander that holds up to nine passengers, will also offer charters to the neighboring islands, sight seeing tours, and cargo lift.

One-way fares between Montserrat and Antigua will start at US$65 inclusive of all taxes and charges. Once the Montserrat-Antigua route is established, Air Montserrat plans to extend its services to other islands in the region, which will give Montserrat its first direct flight services to other Caribbean islands since the opening of its new airport in July 2005.

Extended service will include St. Kitts, Nevis, St. Maarten and Guadeloupe. For more information on Air Montserrat, visit

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