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Looking for a memorable landing on a paradise island? Do not hesitate any longer and trust AEROAFFAIRES. We offer you a private jet and helicopter rental service at the best price.

The Caribbean Sea is a subset of the American continent in which several archipelagos are located, such as the West Indies or the Bahamas, destinations that are popular among tourists and businessmen, in both summer and winter.

AEROAFFAIRES offers you a private jet rental service to the Caribbean, at the best rate. Going to the Caribbean in a private jet allows you more flexibility, speed and discretion, while guaranteeing you an amazing landing.

With nearly 30 years of experience, AEROAFFAIRES has accompanied more than 95,000 passengers on 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 allows to offset 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.

AEROAFFAIRES tells you everything you need to know about the most popular Caribbean airports:


Saint-Barthelemy, a heaven of peace

Far from mass tourism, St-Barthelemy is a volcanic island located in the Lesser Antilles. Surrounded by shallow lagoons and magnificent beaches, its nature reserve welcomes divers while respecting the fauna and flora.

The 650-metre runway of its airport is very short, so only turboprop aircrafts can land and take off. Pilots also require a special training to be able to land safely, taking into account winds and the nearby mountains.


Saint-Martin, the trendy one

St-Martin is an island in the West Indies whose northern side is a French overseas territory and the southern side one of the four states of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The island is known for its many duty-free luxury shops and active nightlife. It is less than a 3-hour flight from Miami.

There are two airports:

  • Saint-Martin Grand-Case is a regional airport located in the French part of the island, 15 minutes by car from Marigot and 30 minutes from the capital city, Phillipsburg. You will probably land at Grand-Case Airport if you are coming from Guadeloupe or Martinique. You can then easily head back to the French territories of the West Indies. For example, it will take you less than 15 minutes to fly to the island of St-Barthelemy. Its 1200-metre asphalt runway accommodates medium-sized aircrafts, the largest planes landing at Princess Juliana Airport.


  • St Maarten Princess Juliana is an international airport located on the Dutch part of the island, 15 km west of Phillipsburg, which is less than 30 minutes by car. It is also located 30 minutes from Grand-Case Airport and its airstrip runs along Simpson Bay. Its runway is 2180 metres long and can accommodate all types of aircrafts, such as turboprop engines, light, medium and long-haul private jets, as well as regional and commercial planes. Famous for their landings among the most scenic in the world, the planes fly over Maho Beach and its bathers at less than 3 metres above the sea level. The airport is also an important departure platform to other islands.


Antigua, a small paradise

The airport is located in St John’s, the capital of Antigua, itself the main island in the Antigua and Barbuda territory of the Caribbean. Named by Christopher Columbus on his second trip, the island’s idyllic setting makes it a popular destination for a high-end clientele. It is accessible in 30 minutes by plane from St Kitts.


Nassau, the luxurious one

Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, an English-speaking territory located south of Florida and north of Cuba, often considered the first island on which Christopher Columbus set foot. Lynden Pindling is its main airport and one of the country’s busiest gateways, welcoming more than 3 million visitors each year, from both commercial and private jets. A significant number of cruises stop over on this island offering both luxury and adventure.


Anguilla, the quiet one

Clayton J. Lloyd Airport is the only airport serving Anguilla Island, a British territory in the Lesser Antilles. The island’s dreamy and often unknown landscapes are accessible from St-Martin, Puerto Rico, Antigua and St Kitts.


But also…

Saint Kitts and Nevis, also known as St Kitts and Nevis, is a state in the Lesser Antilles that is well frequented by private aircrafts, and accessible from Saint Martin, Antigua or Puerto Rico. There is a lush vegetation and many great hotels.

Puerto Rico’s Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport is also very popular with American tourists, as the capital San Juan is an important colonial city that can accommodate all types of aircrafts.


Keep in mind that multiple air, yacht and helicopter connections are available between all these islands. 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.
With AEROAFFAIRES, you can also fly over the Caribbean by helicopter to enjoy a unique view.

Here are some examples of helicopter fares from St-Barthelemy:

  • For Anguilla, count 13 minutes of flight and from 1400€ one way.
  • For Saint-Martin, count 12 minutes of flight for both airports, but from 990€ to Grand-Case and 1400€ to Princess Juliana.
  • For St Kitts, count 27 minutes of flight and from 2700€ one way.
  • For Antigua, count 50 minutes of flight and from 4400€ one way

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Book a jet in The Caribbean By Private Plane or helicopter

Isabelle CLERC


Book a jet in The Caribbean By Private Plane or helicopter

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