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The major Caribbean islands are well served by flights from both Europe and North America.

They are also well served by a comprehensive network of inter-island connections by LIAT, so it often be more convenient to fly in to a large island and then take a connecting flight to wherever you are meeting the boat. Hence the inclusion of Barbados in this list even though Summer Breeze seldom visits that island.

Island/Airport From Europe From North America
Antigua (ANU) British Airways (LGW)
Virgin Atlantic (LGW)
Thomas Cook (MAN)
American Airways (MIA)
United Airlines (EWR)
Air Canada (YYZ)
West Jet (YYZ)
St Lucia (UVF) British Airways (LGW)
Virgin Atlantic (LGW)
Thomas Cook (Man)
Condor (FRA)
American Airlines (MIA)
Air Canada (YYZ)
Delta (ATL)
Jet Blue (JFK)
US Airways (MIA)
St Maarten/St Martin (SXM)

Air France (Paris CDG)
Air Caraibes (Paris ORY)
Corsair (Paris ORY)
KLM (AMS)

American Airlines (MIA)
Air Canada (YYZ)
Delta (ATL)
US Airways (CLT, PHL)
Continental (EWR)
Caribbean Airlines (BGI,KIN,POS)

St Kitts (SKB)

British Airways (LGW)

American Airlines (MIA)
US Airways (MIA)
Seaborne (San Juan)

Grenada (GND)

British Airways (LGW)
Virgin Atlantic (LGW)

American Airlines (MIA)
US Airways (MIA)
Delta (JFK, ATL)
Caribbean Airlines (POS)

Barbados (BGI)

British Airways (LGW and Man)
Virgin Atlantic (LGW)
Thomas Cook (MAN)

American Airlines (MIA)
Delta (ATL)
Jet Blue (JFK)
West Jet (YYZ)

St Vincent British Airways (coming soon)  
Tortola BVI

American Airlines (from San Juan, Puerto Rico)
United (from San Juan, Puerto Rico)
West Jet (YYZ)

Puerto Rico

British Airways (MIA)
Virgin Atlantic (JFK)
Air Norway (LGW)

American Airlines (MIA)
United (EWR)
Air Canada (EWR)
US Airways (MIA)
Southest Airlines (Tampa)
Jet Blue (Orlando)

Note: This is not a complete list but is intended as a guide only.