Caribbean Nights - Lesser Antilles, Puerto Rico

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Caribbean Nights

Gorgeous beaches, crystal clear waters, year-round summer climate and pure joie de vivre. The Caribbean is a unique paradise. The countless islands in the tropical part of the Atlantic attract a huge number of tourists every year. The heart of the Central American subcontinent is not only a great place to relax, but also to experience culture and history. But with so many enchanting islands to choose from, it can be difficult: Cuba, Curacao, Barbados, Jamaica, the Bahamas, or another island. Which is your favorite Caribbean Island? The third part of the Caribbean Nights series takes you to Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the northern Lesser Antilles. 2 in-depth, classic-style bush trips with more than 40 stages and lots of information about the countries and people await you. The missions are available in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Polish and Portuguese. Some languages are machine translated. If something is wrong, please contact us so we can adjust it.

Puerto Rico

Rich history and culture, great food, pristine beaches, majestic mountains, relaxation, adventure - all in a sun-drenched Caribbean paradise, that's Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is full of people who are welcoming, kind and friendly. They make you feel like part of the family, not just a visitor. Around every corner you'll find a celebration of life, a vibrant cultural experience, food for the soul and a captivating rhythm. Discover Puerto Rico's many treasures on the Savage Cub or the NXCub. Get inspired and start your journey at any airport in the country. 18 stages between 10 and 30 minutes offer a unique Caribbean experience.

Lesser Antilles - Leewards Islands

The Lesser Antilles archipelago in the southeastern Caribbean Sea marks the boundary between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Most of the islands are part of a long, partly volcanic island arc between the Greater Antilles in the northwest and the South American continent. Together with the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos and the Greater Antilles, they form the West Indies. Fly a Cessna, either the small 152 or the slightly larger 172, over the Virgin Islands and the northern islands of the Lesser Antilles, the Leeward Islands. Look forward to notorious airports and spectacular approaches, landings and takeoffs, e.g. in Sint Maarten, St. Barthelemy or on Saba.

Aéroport de Saint-Barthélemy-Rémy de Haenen

As a bonus, you'll get a landing challenge. Try to land a fully loaded Cessna 208 as precisely as possible at the Saint-Barthélemy airport. The runway is located behind a chain of hills and ends at the sea. For endless fun, the landing challenge starts randomly at different times, from sunrise to sunset.

Princess Juliana International Airport Sint Maarten

There is another landing challenge at Sint Maarten airport. Until 2016, a queen of the skies from the Dutch airline KLM landed at the airport, which starts right behind a beach. Air France also used to fly here in a jumbo, but has since switched to an Airbus 340. But you still have to manage the 2300-meter runway with the 747, of course in live weather and different times! We wish you Happy Landings in the Caribbean!