Where we fly
ST BARTH COMMUTER offers a Premium charter flights service between the airports of Martinique (FDF) and the US Virgin Islands:
Enjoy the possibility to be flexible and organize your vacations in St Thomas or St Croix and Martinique by chartering one of our Cessna Grand Caravan (C208B).
The United States of America has strict entry and visa requirements.
Before your travel, you should consult the US State Department and read carefully all the pre-arrival requirements to determine if you need to apply for a visa.
Travelers entering the US through the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) must apply for Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) approval on-line before their flights, at least 72 hours before travel.
An ESTA approval is valid for two years (unless your passport expires earlier).
The entry period in the US territory is strictly limited to ninety (90) days.
At check-in, you will be required to show up a proof a return travel out of USA.
St Barth Commuter operates 6 aircraft CESSNA C208B - "Grand Caravan", manufactured between 2010 and 2022.
The Cessna Caravan is a well-proven single-engine turboprop powered by a legendary reliable 675 Horsepower Pratt & Whitney engine. Since the first entry into service in 1986, the caravan has accumulated over 11 million hours of flight time and acquired a worldwide reputation of being an exceptional performer on short strip and un-prepared runway even in marginal weather conditions.
In our commitment to safety, the extensive care that we provide to our engine has been rewarded. St Barth Commuter has been selected by the engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney to be part of its Fleet Enhancement Program (FEP). This program enables the exchange of a core engine for a new one of the same model at mid-life. Therefore our aircrafts are continuously flying with brand new engines to achieve above standard reliability, maximum fuel efficiency and minimal environmental emissions.
3D view of the aircraft
St Barth Commuter operates some private charter flights from/to US Virgin Islands (St Thomas / St Croix) and all french caribbean islands: