The capital city of Bermuda, Hamiltonis a bustling port that is often overrun by cruise ship passengers who descend upon the area for its shopping opportunities as well as the numerous can't-miss attractions like Fort Hamilton. Cruising is not the only way to get to Hamilton; in fact, it is probably a more popular destination amongst tourists who fly in from around the world.
Bermuda's airport, the Saint Georges Parish. Originally built between 1941 and 1943 as a joint airfield for the US Army Air Forces and the Royal Air Force, it served as a military base called Kindley Field. After the war, it went through a phase of transitions, operating mainly as the US Naval Air Station, before finally transferring ownership to the Bermuda government in 1995. It was at this point that the space became the island's international airport., is located in
Today, the airport welcomes over one million passengers each year, can handle air crafts of all sizes, and offers services to 14 destinations around the world, including the United States, Canada, and Europe. Many popular airlines make regular flights, including, , and .
This table tells you which airlines schedule flights from the U.S. and the airports from which they are flying. Not all of the flights you will see displayed on line make sense so it helps to see a summary of which airlines provide direct service to this location.
|Baltimore, MD, USA||BWI||AirTran|
|Miami, FL, USA||MIA||American Airlines|
...just a valid passport...
Getting through customs and immigrations at any airport can make any traveler feel uneasy, but in Bermuda it really is no sweat. All that is required of most people staying for fewer than 21 months is just a valid passport. People staying beyond that time limit; however, will need to contact their local embassy to begin the process of obtaining a visa.
When you arrive at the airport, you'll have a 25 to 30 minute drive southwest before you'll reach your final destination in Hamilton, which will require some form of ground or ferry transportation. Car rentals are banned on the island, but taxis are readily available and cost from $25 to $30(USD) for the trip. Buses are another option, though hardly a recommended one when you consider the amount of luggage you'll have, and the price for that form of transport could be up to $5(USD) depending on the specific bus and route you choose.
Whether you love to shop, sail, or explore, Hamilton is a great destination. Though there are a few different ways to travel here, flying is by far the most convenient and cost effective method and one that should be strongly considered.
If you are considering chartering air travel, you can reserve one from these regional agencies:
|(441) 295-0416||74 Pitts Bay Road - Par-la-Ville Park||Bermuda|
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