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Accessing Saint Lucia is rather easy, since it has become one of the top destinations in the Caribbean. There are direct flights coming from the United States, Canada and the UK, but some companies only operate during high season.
There are two airports in Saint Lucia, the one in the North (SLU) is used by regional airlines to connect to other Caribbean Islands and the one in the South (UVF) is used by most of long-range airlines flying from Europe and the Americas.
From the United States: American Airlines (from Charlotte, Miami, and Philadelphia in season), Delta Airlines (from Atlanta), Jetblue Airways (from New York and Boston in season), United Airlines (from Newark and Chicago in season).
From Canada: Air Canada (from Montreal in season), Air Canada Rouge (from Toronto), Sunwing Airlines (in season from Toronto and Montreal), and Westjet (from Toronto).
From the UK: British Airways (from London), and Virgin Atlantic (from London), TUI (from London).
There are also good connections between the islands in the Caribbean with Liat, Air Caraïbes or Air Antilles Express. If you come from France for example, you will go to Martinique first and then take a connecting flight to Saint Lucia, which is only 15 minutes away. If you prefer to spend a few days in Martinique before going to Saint Lucia, you can also take the ferry between the two islands, with the company l’Express des Iles.
International flights are not included in the package price. We give you the freedom to book your own flights, use miles and choose your preferred airline, and if you are stuck we can help you find the right connections. We will adapt your itinerary to your flights to make sure everything fits together.