interCaribbean Airways Adds new Service from St. Kitts to Barbadosby Daniel McCarthy /
Regional Caribbean airline interCaribbean Airways is beefing up its schedule.
Starting March 12, 2023, the carrier will fly from St. Kitts to Barbados' Grantley Adams International Airport. interCaribbean will fly the service three times weekly on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday on an Embraer-120 aircraft.
The new route adds to interCaribbean's existing schedule which already includes connections between the Turks & Caicos Islands, Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, Guyana, Jamaica, the Bahamas, and more.
For St. Kitts, the news builds on the new brand campaign that it hopes will speak to travelers who want to explore a "very different ethos" in the Caribbean. The campaign, called "Venture Deeper," focuses on the natural beauty of St. Kitts, including its rainforest, beaches, and sunsets. It was first revealed at an event in New York on Tuesday and will now be rolled out on the Tourism Authority's social media, website, and on digital and television advertisements.