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US Airways Airbus A319 Landing at Cyril E. King Airport (TIST - STT) on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. I hope you enjoy! Just for reference: Touchdown is at 4:05. Filmed 2/20/15. Notes: Fun fact - I went from a temperature of 10°F in Philadelphia to over 80°F in St. Thomas in just over 3 hours!
Great view everywhere. Bit of a shaky ride.
Ferry Ride From Red Hook (St. Thomas) to Cruz Bay (St. John) in US Virgin Islands - If you are looking to get an idea how the ferry ride is, this is the video to watch. We'll show you the ferry station, price for the ride and the type of ferry they use. As we have described in our past videos, it takes almost a whole day to get from continental US to St. John, Virgin Islands. Taking a ferry is part of that journey. We recommend for you to watch this video: https://youtu.be/NvDM4m8e25I. We basically flew from Houston (using Delta airlines), then stopped in Atlanta (their hub) and then flew to Charlotte Amalie airport in St. Thomas. Luckily, a friend picked us up from airport, so we can stay overnight at their house. Ordinarily, you would take a cab from the Charlotte Amalie a...
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See what the St Thomas Cruise Port looks like at Havensight mall pier, Charlotte Amalie in the U.S. Virgin Islands. It takes about a 15 minute walk to the front of the Havensight mall to reach the taxi zone, where you can ride to: * Magens Bay Beach (see our video of Magens Bay here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS5G-3Ksfpk ) for $8, * Downtown (drop-off at Fort Christian) for $4 * Airport for $6 * Bolongo Beach for $8 * Crown Bay Marina $6 * Mahogany Run Golf Course $8 * Morningstar Beach $6 * mountain top $8 * Red Hook ferry dock $10 * Sapphire Beach $10 * Secret Harbor Beach $10 We went to Magens Bay Beach, and the drive was quite scenic as you can see on De Beltjien Road & Mafolie Road, where we got views of the beautiful port area with 3 cruise ships docked (MSC Divina, Royal...
St thomas usvi airport. Virgin island.
This never gets old!
The view from a nice overlook on the South Side of St. Thomas overlooking the international airport. The 7,000ft runway may have been too short for taking off over the city and into the hillside that our jet flying back to Minneapolis stopped just for fuel in San Juan Puerto Rico to top off for the flight back to the States.
EN: on board of a Cape Air Cessna 402 from the Ciryl E. King airport of Charlotte Amalie (Saint Thomas, US Virgin Islands) to the Luis Muñoz Marín international airport of San Juan (Puerto Rico). ES: Volando en un Cessna 402 de la Cape Air del aeropuerto Ciryl E. King en Charlotte Amalie (Saint Thomas, EEUU Islas Vírgenes) hasta el Aeropuerto Internacional Luis Muñoz Marín en San Juan (Puerto Rico). IT: In volo a bordo di un Cessna 402 bielica della Cape Air dall'aeroporto Ciryl E. King di Charlotte Amalie (Saint Thomas, Isole Vergini americane) all'aeroporto internazionale Luis Muñoz Marín di San Juan (Porto Rico).
see what its like to walk or run to town
EN: very close recording of a plane departing from the Cyril E. King Airport located in Charlotte Amalie, on the island of Saint Thomas, US Virgin Islands. ES: Cerca de un avión que sale del aeropuerto Cyryl E. King en Charlotte Amalie, isla de Saint Thomas, EEUU Islas Vírgenes. IT: Decollo ravvicinato di un aereo dall'aeroporto Cyril E. King di Charlotte Amalie, sull'isola di Saint Thomas, nelle Isole Vergini americane.
Follow us and support @ https://sites.google.com/view/expeditionsiple/home?authuser=0 https://squareup.com/store/expeditionsiple https://www.instagram.com/travelstandby/ Cyril E. King International Airport (IATA: STT, ICAO: TIST, FAA LID: STT) is a public airport located two miles (3 km) west of the central business district of Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands. It is currently the busiest airport in the United States Virgin Islands, and one of the busiest in the eastern Caribbean, servicing 1,403,000 passengers from July 2015 through June 2016. The airport also serves nearby St. John and is often used by those traveling to the British Virgin Islands. Although passports are not required for U.S. citizens who are visiting the U.S. Virgin I...