Need sun and rest? Fly right now to Antigua island in a private jet with AEROAFFAIRES.
AEROAFFAIRES offers you a private jet rental service at the best rates to go to Antigua. With nearly 30 years of experience, we have already accompanied more than 95,000 travellers and organized more than 20,000 private flights. Specialists in business and private aviation, we put all our expertise at your service to charter your private jet in less than 2 hours.
Our experts are at your disposal 24 hours a day to find the aircraft that suits you best: air taxi, medium and long-haul private jet, helicopter, commercial flight for VIPs… All our planes are certified for Public Transport and include a professional crew.
AEROAFFAIRES is also involved in the preservation of the planet and its SkyCO2 program offsets 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by its business flights, by protecting South American forests.
Ready to book your private jet with AEROAFFAIRES? Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.
Location & access
Antigua Airport is located in St John’s, the capital of Antigua, itself the main island in the Antigua and Barbuda territory of the Caribbean.
Antigua is accessible in 30 minutes by plane from St Kitts.
Renting a helicopter can sometimes give you more flexibility and speed than regular tracks, so don’t hesitate to ask us your questions for more information. From St-Barthelemy to Antigua, count 50 minutes of flight and from 4400€ for example.
With AEROAFFAIRES, you can also fly over the Caribbean by helicopter to enjoy a unique view.
The airport is located 8 kilometres from downtown Antigua, a 10-minute drive away.
You want a vehicle with driver waiting for you on your arrival? AEROAFFAIRES will book you the most suitable car (Mercedes S-Class, VIANO or Limousine). Your driver will then be at your disposal throughout your stay.
The coordinates of the airport are:
- Airport Code: ANU
- Latitude: 17° 08′ 08′ 12″ north
- Longitude: 61° 47′ 47′ 35″ west
- Altitude: 19 m
- Runway length: 2744 m
Its 2744-metre asphalt runway can accommodate all types of aircrafts, such as turboprop engines, light, medium and long-haul private jets, as well as regional and commercial planes.
A bit of history
Christopher Columbus set foot on the island on his second voyage in 1493.
The airfield was built in 1942, initially for US Army military operations. It was dedicated to civil aviation in the 1950s and was named V.C. Bird in honour of the very first Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda.
Antigua’s idyllic setting makes it a popular destination for high-end customers.
Do not miss Galley Bay Beach, Betty’s Hope Sugar Cane Plant, Devil’s Bridge, Nelson Shipyard and Shirley Heights Viewpoint, at an altitude of 150 metres. From there, you will be able to see the Montserrat volcano, the Guadeloupe islands and a magnificent sunset. AEROAFFAIRES also recommends an excursion to Season, a village northeast of Antigua, where you can swim with rays.
Finally, you can stay at the luxury hotels located in Carliste Bay: Curtain Bluff is rated among the best all-inclusive resorts and is very well known for its tennis courts; Carliste Bay has a private beach, outdoor pool and fitness centre with personal trainer and spa.