Anguilla Air Services (Q3, Anguilla) has taken delivery of its first Trislander following the arrival of VP-AJR (msn 1055) in the Caribbean on April 27.

The 16-seater, three-engined piston-powered civilian utility aircraft has since been pressed into service on the Anguillan carrier's chartered and scheduled network. At present, it connects Anguilla with each of Saint Barthélemy and St. Maarten.

Prior to the Trislander's arrival, AAS's fleet consisted of three BN-2 Islanders and a Cessna (twin piston) 414.