STT Arrivals & Departures Cyril E. King Airport

Saint Thomas Island

STT Arrivals today

STT Departures today

Saint Thomas Cyril E King Airport
Address:
PO Box 1707, Virgin Islands Port Authority,
St Thomas 00803-1707, Virgin Islands OF USA

Tel: +1 (0) 340 7741629
Fax: +1 (0) 340 7745594

Airport Codes
IATA code: STT
ICAO code: TIST

St Thomas flight arrivals location

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Cyril E. King Airport is the busiest airport in the US Virgin Islands. It is located a few miles west of Charlotte Amalie which is located on the island of Saint Thomas. This is also the port of STT airport arrivals for some of the other surrounding islands. The airport will be renewed and expanded in four different phases to increase their STT airport departures.

If you have a transfer to Henry E. Rohlsen Airport (HERA) you will of course fly through but otherwise you will end up in the ST Thomas airport arrivals hall. After the baggage claim you can choose to go to your final destinations by taxi, but there are also many Cyril E. King Airport departures with rental cars.

The current terminal consists of two floors. The ST Thomas airport departures level consists of one part that provides flights to the US and Puerto Rico and the other part to St. Croix and other international destinations. There are also two sections for the Cyril E. King Airport arrivals. The flights below are operated regularly, if not daily. Due to corona, more flights will be canceled or temporarily stopped anyway.

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The busiest St Thomas flight departures are going to the US, especially the destinations Miami and Atlanta in Georgia. The closer San Juan in Puerto Rico is mostly flown by Air Sunshine, Cape Air, JetBlue, Seaborne and Cape Air. With a few million passengers a year, it is an airport largely served by US holidaymakers. Due to corona, the figures have fallen sharply in 2020 and in 2021 it will not be back to the old level. For the islanders to hope that tourism will resume and there will be many STT arrivals and STT departures again.