How to get to Anguilla

What You Should Know

One of the special things about Anguilla is that large aeroplanes don’t fly here – you have to transfer by smaller planes, speed-boats or ferry. Travellers embrace this stage of the journey, knowing it means they will be arriving in an off-the-beaten-track destination.

You will transfer to Anguilla via safe and convenient air or sea “bridge” from St Maarten (SXM), Puerto Rico (SJU), or Antigua (ANU), three of the Caribbean’s best-serviced and most reasonable destinations to fly into from North America, South America and Europe.

Airlines flying from the USA, Canada, and Central America

American Airlines
JetBlue
United Airlines
Delta Airlines
Spirit Airlines
Copa Airlines
Sun Country Airlines
West Jet

Airlines flying from Europe and the Caribbean

Air Caribs
Air France/KLM
British Airways
Copa Airways
Liat
Norwegian
Virgin Atlantic

Arriving by Air

Anguilla Air Services
Caribbean Airlines
Liat Airlines
Rainbow International
Seaborne
Tradewinds Aviation
Trans Anguilla Airways

Arriving by sea

Scheduled or charter boat services from St Maarten’s Princess Julianna Airport are plentiful. The 25 minute boat trip is enjoyable and there are lots of providers to choose from including: Calypso Charters, GB Express, Gotcha, SeaPro and Funtime.

Jumping on the Local Ferry is a popular way to arrive, especially for those familiar with the island and/or interested in catching a glimpse of the French side of St. Martin. Simply grab a taxi from Princess Juliana Airport and ask for the Anguilla Ferry Port in Marigot – a 10 to 20 minute drive (depending on traffic). Ferries to Anguilla depart every 45 minutes. You won’t get VIP service and ferries vary – but you will be travelling like the locals do!

For more information on arriving into Anguilla please contact the Anguilla Tourist Board www.ivisitanguilla.com