Airlines and Flights Between Great Britain and the Caribbean
The Caribbean remains one of the most popular holiday destinations for residents of the U.K. and Ireland, notably the islands that are (or formerly were) part of the Commonwealth. Here is information on the airlines that offer flights between Great Britain, Ireland, and the islands of the Caribbean.
Caribbean Flights and Airlines that Fly to the Caribbean
While cruise ships bring millions of tourists to the Caribbean each year, most travelers arrive at their favorite Caribbean island via air. Major international and regional airlines provide direct flights to the Caribbean from the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Europe and even Asia. Also, if you are traveling from island to island within the Caribbean, with a few exceptions you'll find that air travel i…
Puerto Rico Airports and Flights
Looking to travel to Puerto Rico? Use this list of all commercial airports in Puerto Rico to book a flight to the city that's most convenient to your destination.
Top Airlines Flying to the Caribbean
Contact information and destinations served by the top airlines that fly to the Caribbean from the U.S. and Canada.
Avoid Baggage Fees - Step by Step Budget Travel Tips
Great article by About.com Budget Travel Guide Mark Kahler on how to avoid those infuriating checked-baggage fees when you fly.
Top Regional Airlines Serving the Caribbean
The big airlines cover the popular destinations in the Caribbean -- Puerto Rico, Nassau, etc. -- but regional airlines bring less-traveled islands within reach. My list of top regional airlines includes those that fly primarily within island groups (Bahamas, Caymans, Grenadines) as well as those that use San Juan as a hub; some fly to Florida,...
Travel Time to Puerto Rico from Major U.S. Cities
How close are you to Puerto Rico? This list shows length of travel from major cities in the U.S. to San Juan's Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport.
Other Airlines Serving the Caribbean
A list of some of the smaller airlines serving the islands of the Caribbean.
Caribbean Charter Airlines
Charter airlines play a key role in Caribbean travel, filling gaps in local air service (particularly to smaller islands) as well as delivering tourists to out-of-the-way destinations and resorts. Charter prices can be competitive with scheduled airline service in the Caribbean, especially for groups.
Bahamas Charter Airlines
Located as close as 50 miles from the coast of Florida, and with 23 inhabited islands, the Bahamas has more charter airlines than any other Caribbean nation. Bahamas charters offer inter-island service as well as flights to and from the U.S.
Miami International Airport (MIA): The Basics
Miami International Airport (MIA) is one of the world's busiest airports and serves as a hub for international flights between the United States and Latin America and the Caribbean. While our airport is certainly convenient, it can also be quite difficult to navigate. In this article, we explore the basics of MIA.
Airport Information - Find Airport Information for U.S. Cities
From flight trackers to terminal guides, get up-to-date airport information for the busiest U.S. airports.
Caribbean Travel Insurance
Advice on Insuring Your Caribbean Vacation Against Storms, Family Crisis, Flight Cancellations and Other Emergencies
Main International Airports for All Caribbean Islands and Destinations