St Barth Commuter

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St Barth Commuter
Logo St Barth Commuter.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1995
Fleet size 4
Destinations 20
Headquarters Flag of France.svg Saint-Barthélemy - Gustaf III Airport (SBH)
Key people Bruno Magras

St Barth Commuter is a French airline based in Saint-Barthélemy in the Caribbean.[1]


The airline was founded in 1995 and began services to Saint Maarten with a single Britten-Norman BN2A Islander. In 2005 the fleet was increased and added new routes to San Juan, Puerto Rico and the French side of Saint Martin, Marigot. The airline is wholly owned by Bruno Magras.


Cessna 208B

The airline St Barth Commuter flies to the following destinations:[2]

Main Base :

Regular flights:

Charter flights[3]


The fleet of St Barth Commuter (2010), almost all of the planes seen in this picture are retired form the airline.

The St Barth Commuter fleet consists of the following aircraft as of November 2014:[4]

St Barth Commuter Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Registration
Cessna 208B Grand Caravan 4 F-OSBH, F-OSBC, F-OSBM, F-OSBS

Retired fleet[edit]

St Barth Commuter Retired Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Registration
Britten-Norman BN2-B20 Islander 6 F-OGXA, F-OGXB, F-OHQX, F-OHQY, F-OIJS, F-OIJU
Piper PA-23 1 F-OIJT


  1. ^ Flight International 12–18 April 2005
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