You can fly into Montserrat via two airlines and a helicopter service. We suggest flying in so you can capture the breathtaking view of Montserrat and leave via the ferry so you can stretch those final memories of the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean.

103 Flown in on Access Division Flights

103 persons were flown in today (March 8, 2018) on flights arranged by the Access Division within the Office of the Premier. The passengers were transported on chartered flights on SVG Air, Fly Montserrat and Winair.
Ferry operations between Antigua and Montserrat are expected to resume tomorrow (Friday March 9, 2018) leaving Antigua at 8:00a.m. to arrive at Port Little Bay. However, the Access Division will provide confirmation of this in a further update at approximately 6:00a.m. tomorrow.
Travelers are asked to take note and be prepared to report to the Ferry Terminal in Heritage Quay, Antigua, tomorrow morning, following the confirmation announcement.