If you are looking for flights to St. Croix, you are in luck.
It is fairly easy to travel to this USVI destination. There are several direct flights as well as easy connections through other islands that will have on the ground in no time.
(For more general information on St. Croix, see our guide to St. Croix.)
St. Croix Airport
The airport code for St. Croix is STX.
There is a taxi stand at the airport to take you anywhere on the island. Cab fares to Christiansted and Frederiksted will run you in the neighborhood of $10.
Direct Flights to St. Croix
Delta also offers direct flights weekly to St. Croix from their Atlanta hub. When I searched, it was showing direct weekly flights operating on Saturday, both to and from St. Croix.
Jetblue offers direct flight to St. Croix from New York (JFK).
There are many direct flights daily from San Juan, Puerto Rico to St. Croix (see details in next section).
Connecting Flights to St. Croix
San Juan, PR is a major hub for connecting flights from the United States and Europe to St. Croix. Several airlines fly this route.
American Eagle offers daily flights from San Juan to St. Croix. So if you are flying on American, you can connect either through Miamai or San Juan to reach St. Croix.
Jet Blue offers flights from San Juan to St. Croix.
Cape Air is another big player in this market offering several flights daily between the two islands.
Another option is the Seaborne Shuttle which also offers several daily flights to St. Croix from San Juan.
St. Thomas, another USVI, also has airlines that fly between it and St. Croix on a daily basis.
Airlines offering St. Croix flights from St. Thomas include American Eagle, Seaborne and Cape Air.
Seaborne flys between the harbors of St. Thomas and St. Croix in a seaplane so you land and take off on the water - adding a little more adventure to your trip.
Cape Air is currently offering several daily flights between St. Thomas and St. Croix.
St. Croix Ferry
Another option for travel to St. Croix is a ferry. During the high season, the QE IV Ferry (Qe4ferry.com) operates between Blyden Terminal, St. Thomas and Gallows Bay, St. Croix.
There is one ferry daily each way. The current rates are $50 one-way or $90 round trip. The trip takes approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes.
Hopefully this has helped you find a good flight to St. Croix. And a reasonable St. Croix airfare. Let us know how your trip went if you go!
You might also want to check out our pages on cheap airfare to the Caribbean.
Photo courtesy of Luis Argerich. Thanks!
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