Travel to St Maarten
Flying to St Maarten
The biggest local airline is Winair (www.fly-winair.sx), based at Princess Juliana Airport. Other airlines flying to St Maarten include Air France (www.airfrance.com), American Airlines (www.aa.com), Delta (www.delta.com), JetBlue (www.jetblue.com) and United (www.united.com).
Saint-Martin Grand Case AirportCode
Princess Juliana International AirportCode
From London - 12 hours 30 minutes (including stopover); New York - 4 hours.
For international destinations, there is a departure tax of US$30 for those age two and up. This departure tax might be already included in the airfare of certain airlines. For islands within the Netherlands Antilles, the departure tax is US$10. Again, some include the departure tax in the airline ticket.
Travelling to St Maarten by Rail
Driving to St Maarten
Getting to St Maarten by boat
Main port: Philipsburg.
St Maarten is a leading port of call for cruise liners.
The Dawn II ferry sails three times a week between St Maarten and Saba (www.sabactransport.com).
Great Bay Express (www.greatbayferry.com) runs a high-speed ferry between St Maarten and St Barths.