Dominica has 2 airports:
- Douglas-Charles Airport, DOM, (previously called Melville Hall) in the north-east near Marigot. Most flights arrive here.
- Canefield Airport, DCF, close to the capital Roseau but only fit for very small planes (max 16 passengers).
International flights from the U.S. and Europe are connected to the island through airports in
- Antigua, ANU
- Barbados, BGI
- Martinique, FDF
- St. Maarten, SXM
- Puerto Rico, SJU
- Guadeloupe, PTP
- St. Lucia, SLU
Airline LIAT offers direct connections from Antigua and Barbados, as well as other connecting flights into Douglas-Charles Airport. LIAT has partnerships with JetBlue and British Airways, allowing travellers to book Dominica directly through these carriers.
Airline WINAIR has scheduled services between Guadeloupe and Douglas-Charles Airport, and onwards to St. Maarten and to Puerto Rico. This service operates four times a week. WINAIR expands its service to Dominica on a seasonal basis with up to three times weekly service between St. Maarten and Canefield Airport. WINAIR has partnerships with United, Air Caraibes, Air France, British Airways, KLM, and others.
Air Antilles operates flights between Guadeloupe and Douglas Charles Airport and onwards to St. Maarten and Puerto Rico in cooperation with WINAIR. Air Antilles will operate twice weekly between Guadeloupe and Douglas-Charles Airport commencing November 1, 2019.
Air Antilles partners with Air France, allowing travellers to book their flights to Dominica directly from Paris.
Seaborne/Silver Airlines provides four times weekly service into Douglas-Charles Airport from Puerto Rico. The airline partners with American Airlines, Delta, and JetBlue, allowing travellers to book their flights to Dominica directly through these carriers.
We are always available to help you find a good flight to Dominica. 🙂