|Charlestown Airport Shuttles|
|When you are traveling to Charlestown which is the capital of Nevis. It is the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton and is a great tourist attraction for those coming to this city.|
Taxis can also be found waiting, and there are privately owned minibuses that traverse various destinations on the island although they don’t always serve the popular tourist sites, so taxis are the most reliable form of transportation . Taxi rates are regulated by the government, and are more expensive after 10pm. Rental cars can be obtained on the island but not at the airport.
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About Vance W. Amory Charlestown International Airport
There are seven airlines that operate through Newcastle –Air Sunshine, Cape Air, Coastal Air, FlyMonserrat, Seaborne Airlines, Tradewind Aviation, and Winair. Flights can be chartered through Anguilla Air Services, St. Barth Commuter, and Trans Anguilla Airways. Cargo is transported through Newcastle via FedEx Express and DHL Express.
Newcastle serves twenty-four destinations in eighteen countries, the most popular of which is the Netherlands Antilles. Other commonly accessed destinations include the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Guadeloupe.
At four meters above sea level, Newcastle’s runway is twelve hundred meters in length and surfaced in asphalt, long enough to land an Airbus A400. Improvements were made to the facility in 2002, at which time a new control tower and a terminal extension were constructed and the runway was extended from its previous length of nine hundred meters. Travelers will need a passport or passport card to enter and leave Nevis, and customs may require proof of sufficient funds. Travelers may not stay more than three months without obtaining a visa.
Nevis has a tropical monsoon climate with a short dry season. The temperature varies from the mid-seventies to the high eighties year-round, rarely getting below 72˚ or above 90˚. The warm season lasts from July to October, and the cold season from December to March. The height of the rainy season occurs in September and October, and thunderstorms are most likely to occur in October.
There are many things to do such as visiting the Nelson Museum and the Nevis Sport Museum. You can also visit the Bath Hotel and Spring house which was a popular destination in the 18th century. During the evening you can dine at many fine places such as the Eddy’s Restaurant and Bar and Chevy’s Calypso Bar & Grill.