Air Montserrat

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Air Montserrat
A Montserrat oriole perched on the airline name in green capital italics with an orange disc behind the bird
Founded October 2006 Montserrat
Ceased operations 2007
Operating bases
Focus cities

Air Montserrat Ltd. was a former locally owned Aircraft Charter Service Operation Company operated and maintained by Trans Anguilla Airways (2000) Ltd. Air Montserrat was based on the island of Montserrat and began operation in October 2006. Air Montserrat offered charter services to neighbouring islands, sightseeing tours, medical evacuation, executive/corporative air transport, cargo lifts and more in its Britten Norman Islander.


It operated charter flights from Montserrat to Antigua four times daily, and had plans to add flights to other islands including St. Kitts, Nevis, Guadeloupe and St. Maarten.

In 2007 the airline's website was changed to state "Because we were unable to provide our customers with the high level of service that we previously anticipated, Air Montserrat has ceased further operation."[1]

The airline is now defunct. It ceased all operations in 2007.

Brief history[edit]

This is not the first airline to be based on Montserrat. Before the island's W. H. Bramble Airport closed in 1997, it was home to Montserrat Airways. Also in 1956 charter flights from an airstrip in Olveston (a village in Montserrat) were started. This charter service later became the Leeward Islands Air Transport (LIAT).


  1. ^ "Air Montserrat". Archived from the original on 8 December 2008. Retrieved 2009-01-17.