British Virgin Islands pacts with private jet company for travel packages

The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board & Film Commission (BVITB & FC) has partnered with private jet provider evoJets to offer travelers a $ 1,500 credit towards catering or ground or flight expenses for any part of a trip in BVI booked from an evoJets gateway in the US and Canada.

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Commercial carriers do not offer non-stop flights to BVI’s Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport, making private jet transportation a convenient way to reach the destination.

The evoJets The program will also provide visitors with a list of recommended private villa and boat rental deals “to complement the perfect social distancing vacation,” officials said. Travelers will be free to spend their days relaxing on one of the territory’s many beaches or renting a yacht to cruise the islands for an authentic stay. BVI vacation experience.

BVITB & FC officials say evoJets has pledged an additional $ 1,500 to their Seeds of Love program, launched in 2017 to replant trees lost during hurricanes Irma and Maria. For every trip booked to BVI, evoJets will contribute $ 1,500 to plant 27 native white cedars for every donation.

“This partnership is a demonstration of the importance of sustainable tourism to our industry partners and to us,” said Clive McCoy, Director of Tourism. “We are truly grateful for their contribution to protecting the flora of BVI. “