How to get to Antigua

To enjoy a visit to Antigua means arriving by air. The V.C. Bird International Airport (airport code: ANU) serves international flights from the U.S., Europe, Canada and other Caribbean islands.

Airline Origination Website
American Airlines Charlotte, Miami, NYC-JFK

http://www.aa.com

Delta Atlanta Atlanta, NYC-JFK http://www.delta.com
Virgin Atlantic London (Daily)

http://www.virgin-atlantic.com

United Airlines Newark http://www.united.com
British Airways London (Daily) http://www.britishairways.com
Condor Frankfurt (Seasonal) https://www.condor.com
Air Canada Toronto, Montreal (Seasonal) http://www.aircanada.com
WestJet Toronto-Pearson http://www.westjet.com

The regional airlines include Liat that serves destinations throughout the Caribbean, Tradewind avaition that servcies St Barts and Caribbean Airlines that serves Barbados.


Once on the islands, you have the choice of renting a vehicle, hiring a taxi, or using the different ground tour operators to explore the areas. Renting a car is strongly recommended for those who want to truly explore the islands as most public transportation does not head into the more remote or rural regions.

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