The US Virgin Islands by Private Jet
With no passport required for U.S. Citizens and no need to worry about conversion rates as the dollar is the official currency of the USVI., the US Virgin Islands provides a perfect destination for traditional vacationers and adventure travelers. The year-round warm temperatures, first-class accommodations, exciting leisure activities, and professional business atmosphere offer something for everyone. Visitors to St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas will discover the unrivaled convenience and distinct personalities of the islands that set them apart from other Caribbean destinations.
Explore the U.S. Virgin Islands
A territory of the United States of America since 1917, the United States Virgin Islands is an exotic group of islands located in the Caribbean Sea. The United States Virgin Islands is comprised of three principal islands – St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas – plus 50 smaller islands, cays and islets that are part of the Caribbean archipelago.
Located 1,770 kilometers from Miami, Florida and 2,655 kilometers from New York City, the U.S Virgin Islands are just a short flight from the continental United States. The dreamy land and seascapes have earned it the nickname “America’s Paradise.” A year-round destination that has no real “off” season with an average winter temperature of 28 degrees Celsius (slightly higher in the summer), here the weather is almost always beach perfect. The United States Virgin Islands is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise waters. Spend the day sunbathing your cares away or relaxing in a beach chair or hammock at one of the islands’ beaches that are consistently ranked among the top 10 in the world.
Carnival in July at St. John
St. John Festival combines the excitement of carnival with the spirit of emancipation. July 3, 1848, marks the date enslaved people were emancipated in the USVI. In honor of the USVI emancipation, the St. John Festival takes place in late June and traditionally culminates on July 4th. It’s an exciting time of year, as Cruz Bay pulses with life, and the ferries between St. Thomas and St. John are filled with revelers. Don’t miss special events like the opening of the village, the food fair, the parade, or the exciting 4thof July fireworks display.
US Virgin Islands Private Jet Charter
US Virgin Islands private plane flights fly to Cyril E King (TIST) Airport. St. Thomas’ main international airport is located two miles west of the central business district of Charlotte Amalie. To get to St. Croix, small to mid-size private jets flights can land at Henry E. Rohlsen Airport (TISX), a smaller international airport located six miles southwest of the town of Christiansted.
No matter if you’re flying for business or pleasure, the US Virgin Islands are an incredible adventure. That’s why Privaira offers the safest and most custom-tailored private jets to and from the US Virgin Islands for those that want to travel in luxury and style. There is simply no better way to travel than a Virgin Islands private jet through Privaira.
Call us 24/7 to secure your safe and sanitary private jet charter at 844.778.2472 or request a quote here.
Aircraft Cleaning & Purification
Our Aircraft undergo multi-tiered cleaning procedures in accordance with guidance from the Center for Disease Control including an overnight fogging and deepclean at our base.
Pre Flight and Post Flight Cleanings – Our crew use disinfectant hospital grade products that are EPA approved and proven to kill COVID-19 causing agents as well as other virus carrying agents. Pre flight and post flight cleanings are expanded with ionization technology.
Travel Advisory U.S. Virgin Islands
– From 01 June all Hotels, restaurants will be open ALWAYS preserving the social distance
– All persons MUST wear a mask face it is mandatory
– Health workers will be at the airport to take the temperature of all disembarking crew and passengers
– No quarantine requirements unless other indications from health workers at the airport
For more information visit: https://usviupdate.com/
Photo credit: U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism