ISLAND ACCESSABILITY BACK TO NORMAL : Discover Dominica, the Nature Island

ISLAND ACCESSABILITY BACK TO NORMAL

Getting to the Nature Island continues to improve. Commercial airlines have now resumed flights to Douglas-Charles Airport following the storm, as the terminal building at the airport was badly damaged and airlines had to use alternative routes for a short time.

liatLIAT has resumed flights to Douglas-Charles Airport from two origination points: Antigua (ANU) and Barbados (BGI).

 

seaborne-airlinesSeaborne Airlines resumed flights between Dominica's Douglas-Charles Airport (DOM) and San Juan (SJU).

 

 

winair webWinair, which established Twin Otter service into Canefield Airport following the storm, will resume its normal schedule of up to four flights weekly to Douglas-Charles Airport starting Nov. 8, 2015.

 

For details on flights, schedules and availability, please contact a travel professional or visit the individual airline web sites:

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seaborneairlines.com

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In addition to commercial airlines, Caribbean Helicopters provides fixed-wing service between Antigua and Dominica's Canefield Airport as many as three times daily, and Hummingbird Air offers charters to Canefield from St. Thomas and St. Croix.

The L' Express Des lles ferry service, which brings passengers from the islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique and St. Lucia has been running since shortly after the storm. All seaports remain functional and open for visitors.

 
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