Your first stop along the way to Trois Ilets will be in the nearby town of Fort de France, which is home to the island's singular international airport. Flights from around the world allow travelers to fly here with ease, although the chances that you'll have to book a flight that makes a stop elsewhere first is high.
While Martinique is not the top tourist destination in the Caribbean, the island's airport,is still a very modern facility which features a 9,843 foot long asphalt runway, shopping, dining, banking facilities, and more. To get to Trois Ilets you'll have to travel about another half an hour by car.
From the United States you can book a flight from Miami with eitheror to Martinique. If that doesn't work for you, Boston and New York City also connect regularly through the airport on .
The following chart will tell you which airlines offer service non-stop from the U.S. and the places they fly from. Not all flights you will find listed on the internet are logical options so it can be handy to know which airlines actually fly direct to this airport.
|Miami, FL, USA||MIA||American Airlines|
is Canada's major air line, and if you're flying to the Caribbean from this country you can typically do so from Toronto. Here, however, we find that Montreal (another French-speaking country) offers the most direct route to Martinique.
This chart indicates which airlines schedule direct flights out of Canada.
|Montreal, Canada||YUL||Air Canada, Air Transat|
offers daily flights from Paris every afternoon to Martinique. You can also arrange a flight with Air Liberte, AOM, and Nouvelles Frotiers on occasion.
As you may have garnered above, in most cases you will have to plan for a connecting flight to your getaway in Trois Ilets. One of the best way to make this happen is to plan to make a stop on another island in the Caribbean and then switch to a regional airline for your final journey to Martinique.
Look below for air service from other airports in the region. Even if you can't take a flight directly from your preferred airport, a connecting flight from another Caribbean airport might be a great option.
|Castries, Saint Lucia||SLU||Air Antilles Express, Air Caraibes, LIAT|
|Dominican Republic||SDQ||Air Antilles Express, Air Caraibes, Air France|
|Grand Case, The island of St. Martin and Sint Maarten||SFG||Air Caraibes|
|Isla Verde, Puerto Rico||SJU||Seaborne Airlines|
|Pointe a Pitre, Grande-Terre||PTP||Air Antilles Express, Air Caraibes, Air France|
|Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia||UVF||Air Antilles Express|
No matter where you're traveling from, you can make a trip to Martinique happen if you know which airlines to look at and where they travel from.
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