With the new air route of Conviasa Caracas-Kingstown (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) More and more travelers are making the connection with this Caribbean island to travel to Miami, partially replacing the route via Mexico or the Dominican Republic, which are now more complicated because these countries request a visa from Venezuelans.
The recently inaugurated air route to San Vicente is operated with Embraer 190 aircraft with capacity for 104 passengers and has a current price of 414 that can be purchased directly on the website of Conviasa or in any of its commercial agencies.
Conviasa is currently promoting the route to the island with a 2×1 offer that will be valid until July at a price of $450.
This flight to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, which lasts one hour and 30 minutes, has a weekly frequency and departs every Saturday at 9:30 am from Maiquetía with the opportunity to make a Kingstown-Miami connection at a price of $350 on the same Saturday. with the airline American Airlines at 3:31 pm and lasts 4 hours.
The Venezuelan traveler does not need a visa to enter Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, so they can also take advantage of the trip even more and stay a few days getting to know the beautiful Caribbean paradise and fly another day, since American Airlines also has flights to Miami on Wednesdays. at 3:31 p.m.
Caribbean Airlines is another option to go from Saint Vincent to Miami with a weekly flight on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from $400.
Also from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines there is a direct flight to New York on Wednesdays through Caribbean Airlines with prices around $450. And for Canada on Mondays with Air Canada.
Not only can you get to Miami from Saint Vincent, you can get to know the Eastern Caribbean. From Kingstown you can go to the Grenadines, as well as direct flights to Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Lucia and the islands of Grenada.