St. Kitts and Nevis gain approval for open skies talks with the USA

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The government of Caribbean island nations St. Kitts and Nevis has given its approval for the commencement of open skies negotiations with the USA.

A statement issued by the office of the Prime Minister of the government confirms it has authorised negotiations to begin.

Currently three US carriers - American, Delta and US Airways -- operate scheduled flights to St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw International airport. Schedules in the Innovata database show nonstop service offered by American from Miami and New York JFK, by Delta from its Atlanta hub and flights by US Airways from Charlotte. US Airways also operates one-stop service from Portland, Maine.

American subsidiary American Eagle operates scheduled daily fights to the Vance Amory International airport in Nevis and Bradshaw in St. Kitts. Miami Air also offers charter services to St. Kitts.