The Aurora Anguilla Resort and Golf Club has launched nonstop charter flight service from the New York metropolitan area for its guests.
The flights depart Westchester County
Airport in White Plains, N.Y., about an hour north of New York City, and arrive in Anguilla at Clayton J. Lloyd
Airport. The planes have alcoholic and nonalcoholic
beverage service, meal service and flight attendants. The charter
flights are operated by Best Jets International and depart from both airports on Thursdays
and Sundays. Guests can either add a flight to their existing reservation or reserve
through the resort’s Fly Direct Plane Package, which includes the
charter flight and accommodations.
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“The introduction of our public air charter service is another example of our property’s continued commitment to providing guests with exemplary travel experiences,” said Aurora Anguilla managing director Christopher Walling. “Through this offering along with our new resort developments, we’ll be able to give guests a seamless and luxurious travel experience, from their hometown all the way to their oceanfront suite in Anguilla.”
The Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club, which went through a multimillion-dollar renovation after being purchased by Best Buy founder and former CEO Richard Schulze in 2020, sits on 300 acres, features 178 suites, seven restaurants and lounges and a 27,000-square-foot spa and is home to the 18-hole, Greg Norman-designed Aurora International Golf Club.