Flights to Boa Vista
With more and more airlines offering direct flights to Boavista from a wide range of Europe cities, traveling by plane has never been easier. Planes arrive on a daily basis at Boavista’s tiny airport. We should not neglect to mention that there is no radar here or landing lights, so if you arrive on a foggy day, the trip may have to start over on Sal, where there is adequate equipment for low visibility.
If your return flight happens to get delayed or it becomes too dark to take off, you may have to spend one more night in your hotel (not that you’ll complain). A flight from Europe could get you here in about 6 hours and you’ll want to look into the deals being offered by Thompson and Tuifly. Those who are flying from the UK will appreciate the help they can offer with your excess baggage.
Domestic Boavista flights with TACV connect Boavista daily to other islands, to make access to and from the island easier.
Here is an overwiew of current flight connections, but if you cannot find the information you need, please contact us by mail.
|COUNTRY||DEPARTURE||TRAVEL DAY||AIRLINE COMPANY|
|CAPE VERDE (Domestic flights)||Sal, Boavista, Santiago, São Vicente||Daily||www.flytacv.com|
Bologna / Roma
GETTING from island to island Flying is the most practical way of travelling from island to island however it should be noted that TACV (Cabo Verde Airlines), providing the island’s internal flights, can and do change schedules and flights are sometimes delayed, cancelled or even depart early. For this reason we recommend an overnight stay on Sal or Boa Vista for one night following or prior to an international flight.
The smaller islands are more difficult to visit due to infrequent flights but our team will be happy to advise what itineraries are possible. There is a regular ferry service that operates between São Vicente and Santo Antão.