How to Get Here
Antigua & Barbuda has long maintained direct scheduled air links to North America and Europe and has many international carriers.
Non-stop connections from London, New York, Miami, Atlanta, Charlotte, Toronto, Montreal, Frankfurt and other international cities as well as most regional destinations, bring multiple daily flights to and from VC Bird International Airport.
The new U.S. $75M terminal opening in June 2015 will be the largest and most advanced in the region increasing the country’s capacity to receive larger aircraft, more frequent flights, and hence more visitors, and sustain Antigua’s position as the prime travel hub for the Eastern Caribbean.
Other well-known beautiful islands close by such as St. Barths, St. Maarten, and Barbados are easy to visit with short direct flights by private charter plane or commercial island hoppers.
Antigua has over centuries become a sailing crossroads, with English Harbour being one of the world’s premier yachting destinations. 20,000 yachts arrive annually to the country across six ports of entry all manned with customs and immigration. Each year, the primary hubs for luxury yachts English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour, welcome new and returning visitors from every corner of the world.