How to get to Dominica

Discussion in 'Dominica' started by Tozzach, Jul 6, 2015.

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  1. Tozzach

    Tozzach New Member

    Dominica is has only two airports but only one of them (Melville Hall) is used for commercial airlines. Melville Hall airport is located in the north-eastern side of the island so it takes about 60 minutes to get to the capital city. If you are traveling from the states or europe, you won't be able to get direct flights to Dominica so you will have to connect via Antigua (ANU), Barbados (BGI), St. Maarten (SXM), Puerto Rico (SJU), Guadeloupe (PTP), or Martinique (FDF).
     
  2. tcp

    tcp New Member

    Yep, you will need to fly out first to the Caribbean. St Maarten (SXM) is another option for direct flights to Dominica (via Air BVI). Another route is with Jet Blue to Barbados from New York and then connect with LIAT.
     
  3. welington

    welington New Member

    Europe to Dominica

    If you're coming Europe, the french islands of Martinique (FDF) and Guadeloupe (PTP) are the best hubs to choose from for flights from Europe to Dominica.
     

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