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Do Not Fly Cape Air to Virgin Gorda

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I am a property manager living and working on Virgin Gorda. I pick-up guests at the Virgin Gorda airport on a daily basis.

I strongly caution anyone considering flying Cape Air to Virgin Gorda. So far this season 90% of my guests who arrive with Cape Air do so without their luggage. I would avoid this airline at all costs!

Cape Air fills their flights with people and then because of weight restrictions does not have room to take the guest's luggage. To add insult to injury, they do not tell the guests prior to boarding that their luggage will not be on the flight. In addition, their staff is less than helpful in helping guests reunite with their bags. They provide bad information about the location of the bags and when the bags will be brought to Virgin Gorda. They often have us chasing the bags for up to two full days after the guest's arrival. They are ruining people's vacations on a daily basis. Consider yourself warned!

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