Road Town airport (EIS)

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Road Town airport (EIS)

Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport is the main airport serving the British Virgin Islands, a British overseas territory in the Caribbean. It operates with daily flights to San Juan (Puerto Rico), Nevis, Anegada, Virgin Gorda, Saint Thomas and several caribbean islands.

Official Website: https://bviaa.com/
Number of Terminals - 1 - 
Airlines: Seaborne Airlines, VI Airlink, Mountain Air Cargo, Cape Air, Air Sunshine, Intercaribbean Airways, LIAT, Winair
Annual passenger traffic:
Tel. +1 284-852-9000

Location

The airport is located on Beef Island, a small island off the main island of Tortola, to which it is connected by the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge.

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The following Car Rental Agencies are located in the terminal building:

Avis 284-495-0110 / avis.com 

Hertz 284-495-6600  / hertz.com 

National 284-495-2626/ nationalbvi.com

Alamo 888-826-6893 / 284-495-2626 / alamo.com

 

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The airport has ATM cash machines, vip lounge and a travel agency and hotel representatives.

Food and Drinks - restaurant and an ice cream shop
Shopping - There are several shops including gift shop, souvenirs, liquor store, sweets.
Baggage - luggage carts are availabe. In case of lost items, contact the Lost and Found section within the Security unit via telephone No. (284) 852-9000 ext 9024 or by visiting the Central Security Check Point in the Terminal Building.
Other services - 

 

Taxis services are provided by  Beef Island Taxi Association - tel- 1-284-495-1982 and 1-284-542-1218

 

Four Diamonds Park Villas (5.7 km), Anegada Reef Hotel (5.8 km)

 

Booking accommodation

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There are two open air parking lots, both with short and long term areas.

Terminal Ramp - The first 3 hours free of charge

Car Park and Towing Charges - the frist 30 min free of charge.

Further information and fees

 

If you require special assistance, contact your airline at least 48 hours prior to your flight.