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British Airways Returns To St Kitts

From Autumn, British Airways is restarting its service to the Caribbean Island having lifted the suspension of its flights.

St Kitts & Nevis have announced it would welcome fully vaccinated airline passengers from the UK from 1st September, currently, the Caribbean Island resides on the UK government’s Amber List.

The airline will restart from 3rd October flying from Gatwick and from 16th October will operate twice-weekly on Saturdays and Wednesdays.

The vaccination rate in St Kitts & Nevis continues to increase, with 72.8% of the adult population having received one dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine and 61.4% of the adult population fully vaccinated.

International arrivals will undergo a health screening upon arrival, including a temperature check and a health questionnaire.

Travellers will have to stay at one of the 8 ‘travel approved’ hotels for 4 days before moving around the island. These hotels include; Four Seasons, Golden Rock Inn, Marriott Beach Club, Montpelier Plantation & Beach, Paradise Beach, Park Hyatt, Royal St Kitts Hotel and St Kitts Marriott.

Travellers will also be required to submit a PCR exit test before returning home.