The pilot in this little bird taxied with his door open :)...I love the sound this bird makes on take off !!!! St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK Piper PA-23-250 Aztec N6044Y
Sometimes i see these guys taxi out with one door open. St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK Grand Case, St. Maarten SFG/TFFG Piper Saratoga Piper PA-32R
The two largest visitors to St. Kitts departing !!! take note that videos were taken from different time periods. St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK British Airways 777-200 Amerijet International 767-300F
Check out these cargo flights that operate into St. Kitts Airport !!!! St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK Kalitta Charters 727-200F Epic !!! Ilyushin Il-76 (Volga-Dnepr) FedEx - Cessna 208 Caravan DHL - Cessna 208 Caravan Ameriflight Metroliner Flamenco Cargo Short 360 Lynden Air Cargo L-100 Amerijet International 727-200F Amerijet International 767-300F
It was history in the making....nonstop service between Newark and and St. Kitts starts now !!!. Video footage taken from the Control Tower and apron..This Caribbean paradise is now open to the WORLD :) St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK Newark Liberty Int'l Airport United Airlines 737-800
Onslow County and Ellis Airport welcomed its first guest to the new terminal with the arrival of flight 4766 from Charlotte.
The Heart of St. Kitts Foundation is a travel philanthropy fund committed to conserving St. Kitts environmental and cultural assets, and enhancing local well-being. The Foundation carries out its mission through community-driven sustainability projects that are supported by travelers, residents, and businesses. The Heart of St. Kitts Foundation was established in 2016 as a collaborative effort between the St. Kitts Ministry of Tourism, St. Kitts Sustainable Destination Council, and Sustainable Travel International.
BASSETERRE, St Kitts -- United Airlines will be launching its inaugural non-stop service from its New York hub at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to St Kitts, commencing December 19, 2015, and operating weekly on Saturdays through April 30, 2016. United will utilize a 737-800 aircraft with capacity ranging from 154 to 166 seats for these flights. These flights will complement existing non-stop airlift into St Kitts from North America, providing more convenient options for travelers to get to St Kitts during the peak winter travel season. "The launch of this new service from United is very significant for St Kitts, particularly as many of our new hotel developments including Belle Mont Farm at Kittitian Hill, Park Hyatt St. Kitts at Christophe Harbour, Koi Resort & Residences and Embassy Suites by Hilton St Kitts are open or opening within the next few years," said the minister of tourism, international trade, industry and commerce, Lindsay Grant. "To support the growth in available room stock, a simultaneous growth of our airlift is required. The Northeastern US has historically been our largest source market for visitors, and these new flights also allow for more connections from key gateways in and near this region,” he noted. Mark Brantley, minister of foreign affairs and aviation for St Kitts and Nevis and deputy premier of Nevis, stated, "We welcome the United Airlines flight from Newark as an integral component of our strategy to provide non-stop airlift from our key international gateways. Our visitor research and stakeholder input have indicated that New Jersey is a very strong market for the Federation and for Nevis, in particular." United is the US airline with the most comprehensive global route network, and the new service provides additional connections from St Kitts' top feeder gateways including: Washington D.C.'s Reagan National Airport (DCA) and Dulles International Airport (IAD); Baltimore/Washington International Airport (IAD); Boston Logan International Airport (BOS); and Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD). United actively maintains and specifically operates an early departure from Chicago into Newark to support traffic into Caribbean destinations. "We're excited to offer new service into St Kitts from our world-class Newark hub," said director of leisure sales for United Airlines, Vic Kerckhoff. "This addition will mark United's 18th Caribbean destination from our domestic airports, offering more flexibility and choice for flyers traveling to the region." St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK United Airlines 737-800
showing the small guys some love !!!!...seen here taxing with its door open as well St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Int'l Airport SKB/TKPK Piper PA-23-250 Aztec