As of May 2019: BVI Airways is restarting. The airline isn't currently operating flights. Take a look at these alternative airlines that fly to the British Virgin Islands:
BVI Airways is an airline based at the British Virgin Islands.
The airline's headquarters are based at Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport which serves as the island of Tortola's main airport. In January 2016, the Government of British Virgin Islands announced that it would be investing US$7 million into the airline.
BVI Airways was founded in 2009 and began operations in May 2010 by serving Beef Island to St Maarten route 3 x Weekly. In September 2010, the airline commenced services to Dominica, on behalf of Winair.
In 2014, BVI Airways suspended operations between islands not long after a change in ownership. This was in order to focus on a non-stop schedule directly to the US.
In July 2017, BVI Airways flew its first scheduled passenger flights. The Caribbean-based carrier launched a return service between Beef Island, British Virgin Islands, and Miami Int'l which flew its inaugural flight on 22nd July 2017 using ARJ-100 equipment.
Shortly after, BVI Airways launched its first-ever nonstop service between Tortola, British Virgin Islands and MIA, with two weekly roundtrip flights on Saturdays and Sundays. BVI Airways used aBAe Avro 146 RJ100 aircraft to serve the new route, which connects Miami to the British Virgin Islands' capital and largest island. Tortola became MIA's 40th Caribbean destination with nonstop service.
BVI Airways plans to serve scheduled flights between Tortola and Miami
Initially, BVI Airways' fleet comprised of 2 British Aerospace Jetstream Super 31 - 19 Seater.
Services to Miami will use the British Aerospace Avro RJ 100.