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BVI Airways announces Tortola-Miami service
Published on July 1, 2017 Email To Friend    Print Version

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BVI Airways BAe Avro 146 RJ100 aircraft

MIAMI, USA -- BVI Airways is scheduled to launch the first-ever nonstop service between Tortola, British Virgin Islands, and Miami International Airport (MIA) on July 22, with two weekly roundtrip flights on Saturdays and Sundays.

BVI Airways will use BAe Avro 146 RJ100 aircraft to serve the new route, which connects Miami to the British Virgin Islands' capital and largest island. Tortola will also be MIA's 40th Caribbean destination with nonstop service.

"We look forward to welcoming BVI Airways and its new route to MIA," said Miami-Dade aviation director Emilio T. González. "The Tortola route reinforces our position as the Gateway of the Americas, with more flights to Latin and the Caribbean than any other US airport."
 
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