Founded in 2006, Anguilla Air Services (AAS) is a regional airline from Anguilla, offering scheduled passengers and charter services to and from Anguilla. Anguilla comprises a small main island and several offshore islets. The airline is based at Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport (AXA) on the main island.
Anguilla Air Services provides daily scheduled flights between Anguilla and St. Maarten, as well as St. Barths and Anguilla.
The airlines' schedule allows passengers to connect with all international airline that land at St. Maarten, enabling them to get a connecting flight to or from Anguilla.
As your baggage allowance depends on the aircraft you are flying on and the route and time of your flight, you can check on your ticket or booking confirmation to see the permitted baggage on your flight. If you are booking with Alternative Airlines, you will be able to view the baggage allowance during the booking process.
As a guide, passengers are usually permitted the following baggage allowance on scheduled flights:
1 piece per passenger free of charge (max weight: 7kg)
1 piece per passenger free of charge (max weight: 20kg)
Extra fees will apply for additional/special baggage (including oversized baggage or sports equipment).
The airline provides a small number of daily scheduled services domestically within Anguilla. The airline operates the following routes:
St. Barthelemy (SBH) - St. Maarten (SXM)
St. Barths (SBH) - Anguilla (AXA)
In addition, the airline also offer charter flights at whatever time the organiser wishes.
Anguilla Air Services' fleet consists of entirely Britten-Norman Islander aircraft.
The airline uses the BN2 aircraft on most of its routes, which has the capacity to carry nine passengers per aircraft.
Passengers can enjoy the experience, safety, comfort, convenience and accessibility that Anguilla Air Services offers.
The flights are short haul - the flight between St. Barthelemy and St. Maarten has a duration of just 15 minutes in fact!
Although being small, there is a great amount of space for the 9 max passengers that the aircraft cater for.
During the flight, passengers can absorb the wonderful birds eye view of the caribbean islands.
Clayton J.Lloyd International Airport (AXA) or Anguilla airport, is the only international airport in Anguilla and the hub airport for Anguilla Air Services. The airport is situated just off The Valley and has one terminal within the airport which deals with all services. The airport was previously known as Anguilla Wallblake Airport, up until 2010, when the airport was renamed Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport.
Other airlines that fly to and from Clayton J.Lloyd International Airport (Anguilla airport) include Air Sunshine, Seaborne Airlines, Tradewind Aviation and Trans Anguilla Airways.