Via Puerto Rico (San Juan)
The British Virgin Islands are 60 miles due east of Puerto Rico. The islands are 2 hours from Miami and 3 hours 30 minutes from New York.
San Juan airport is served by:-
American - from New York JFK, Miami, Chicago - www.aa.com
Airtran - from Fort Lauderdale - www.airtran.com
Delta - from Atlanta, New York JFK - www.delta.com
Jet Blue - from New York JFK, Boston, New York Newark -www.jetblue.com
Southwest - from Atlanta - www.southwest.com
Spirit - from La Guardia, Fort Lauderdale - www.spirit.com
United - from New York Newark, Philadelphia - www.united.com
US Airways - from New York Newark, Philadelphia - www.usairways.com
Tortola (British Virgin Islands) is served from San Juan by:-
Cape Air - www.capeair.com
Inter Caribbean - http://www.intercaribbean.com/
Seaborne Airlines - www.seaborneairlines.com
Cape Air & Seaborne both code share with American Airlines so you can book your connecting flights on one ticket through American Airlines.
St Thomas (US Virgin Islands) is served by:-
Delta, American & Spirit fly from US cities to St Thomas. From the airport you take a short taxi ride to the ferry dock where you then take a 1 hour scenic boat trip to Tortola, British Virgin Islands. You can also use Cape Air from mid December 2013 to fly directly to Tortola.
From Europe you are served by:-
British Airways and Virgin from London - via Antigua and onwards flight for 1 hour with LIAT airline.
Air France from Paris - St Maarten and onwards flight for 30 minutes with LIAT airline.
Note: EU, US & Canadian citizens require a Passport and return ticket to visit the British Virgin Islands. Visas may be required for other countries, please consult your Local Embassy if in doubt.