You can arrive to Dominica by plane or ferry. Be sure to remember your passport.
Dominica has two small airports. Douglas-Charles Airport (DOM), which is the island’s primary airport and where most guests fly into, is located on the northeast coast of the island. Canefield Airport (DCF) is located in the capital of Roseau and only accommodates commuter flights.
Rosalie Bay is located approximately 20 miles (60 minutes) from Douglas-Charles Airport and 45 minutes from the capital city of Roseau.
Airline service is subject to change and some flights are offered on a seasonal basis. Please check directly with the provider for dates and times of flights. Overnight stays are sometimes required en route to Dominica, depending upon connections with regional providers.
Note that when looking online for flights, LIAT, BVI Airways and other regional flights are not always updated in online travel booking systems.
Starting December 8, 2021, American Airlines will operate twice weekly nonstop flights from Miami (MIA) to Dominica (DOM) on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Dominica is served by regional flights originating from within the Caribbean. Many major carriers from the US, Canada and Europe offer direct flights into the connecting hubs in the Caribbean.
|Saint Maarten (SXM)||Winair|
|San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU)||Seaborne Airlines|
|St. Lucia (SLU and UVF)||InterCaribbean Airways|
Ferry service is available to Dominica from the neighboring islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique and St. Lucia.
L’Express des Iles provides service from Guadeloupe or Martinique. The ferry ride is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. Ferries arrive at the terminal in the capital of Roseau.
We are happy to assist you in booking the ferry to Dominica.