Saturday, October 16, 2021

How To Travel To Antigua and Barbuda

North AmericaAntigua and BarbudaHow To Travel To Antigua and Barbuda

By air

V.C. Bird International (IATA: ANU) is located in the north-east of Antigua, on the outskirts of St. John’s, and is the country’s main international airport. The airport offers flights to the United States, Canada, Europe and other Caribbean islands.

LIAT (Leeward Islands Air Transport Services), [www] based in Antigua, offers flights to various destinations in the Eastern Caribbean.

The airport is served by the following international airlines:

Vers les États-Unis : American Airlines/American Eagle (Charlotte, Miami et San Juan, Porto Rico), Delta Airlines (Atlanta, GA et New York JFK), United Airlines (Newark, NJ)

To Canada: Air Canada (Toronto, Ontario)

To Europe: British Airways (London-Gatwick), Condor (Frankfurt, Germany), Livingstone (Milan, Italy), Virgin Atlantic (London-Gatwick)

Vers les Caraïbes : American Airlines/American Eagle (San Juan, Porto Rico), Caribbean Airlines (Barbade, Trinidad et Kingston, Jamaïque)

With the boat

Many day trippers arrive by cruise ship and enjoy their day in Antigua. Many cruise lines call at Antigua.

Yacht charters offer another alternative in and around the islands. Several companies serve this area, including Boat Caribbean [www] and Windward Islands [www], both of which offer luxury crewed yacht charters in Antigua and Barbuda.