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Montserrat has had various modes of access since it lost Bramble’s Airport to a pyroclastic flow in 1997. Helicopter and ferry were in daily use right up to 2005 when the new Airport at Geralds was opened. The most common route for travelers outside of the region is to fly to the nearest international airport situated on our neighbouring island, Antigua, then take a pleasant 20 minute flight by an ‘island hopper’ plane directly to Montserrat.
Scheduled Flights from Antigua to Montserrat
P.O. Box 225
Tel: (664) 491-3434
Mob: (664) 493-5689
Twin Island Ferry
A ferry service is again available. Introduced in December 2009, this service provides connections between Antigua and Montserrat. Up to date information on prices and schedule can be found on the web site of the www.ferry.ms
The Montserrat Tourist Board’s web site www.visitmontserrat.com provides more detailed information on travelling to Montserrat.