Yeah American Eagle has a daily ATR service to and from SJU
the busy season that increases to two flights to and from SJU
Those flights as mentioned are usually full. Mostly passengers connecting from other flights from the mainland US.
Now that would be considered intra Caribbean so it can answer your question. Flights wittin Caribbean are also doing quite well. In GND we have Caribbean Star, LIAT, BWIA and Air Jamaica. With Caribbean star and LIAT the flights are island hoppers, so it depends on which islands got the seats sold first you would have a lot of intransit passengers on board the aircraft, and few boarding out of your station. In any case the aircraft is usually full when it takes off. They both operate the Dash8 100 and 300 series. The fights from one island to the next is usually about 30 mins. With BGI
it would be 45mins. The fares are pretty cheap. It can cost you USD50 with out tax for a return 4 day trip to Trinidad, St Vincent, St Lucia and even Barbados at times. The further the island though the more expensive the ticket.
BWIA serves Grenada from Trinidad twice a day with a Dash8-300. This flight again has quite a lot of passengers connecting from or to another international BW
destination. The morning flights is usually passengers going on to MIA
/ MKJP), Jamaica">KIN
. The evening flights are usually passengers going on to YYZ
. Their flights are usually full and sometimes overbooked.
Air Jamaica serves Antigua, Montego Bay and St Lucia from Grenada. Most of the passengers again, are passengers connecting in MBJ
to international JM
serves quite a few cities in the US and they all get their passengers.
Hope that answers your question somewhat.
There is something special about planes....