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Cheap flights from Montserrat

Often called as the Emerald Isle, the former crown colony now a British Overseas Territory, Montserrat is one of the stars of the Caribbean. The island is located in the Leeward Islands, and is a part of the chain of islands known as the Lesser Antilles. It is inhabited by various races such as West Africans, Creoles, Mulattos, British, and a few Irish citizens who came to enjoy the tropics and discover the beauty of the territory.

Where to go

Locally, travelers may visit the country's primary attraction which is its beautiful beaches and views of the cities from the coast. Montserrat has its fair share of the seas: the stunning blues, and the fresh aquamarines, while still nurturing under its care the strong yet dormant Sofriere Hills volcano – the volcano which almost destroyed the whole conglomerate. Although there are no local domestic flights from the John A. Osborne International Airport to other destinations within the territory, travelers may still enjoy the other sides outside Plymouth by cruising or even trekking – depending on the departure point and the destination.

Short haul flights are limited to the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Nevis, which are parts of Antigua and Barbuda and St. Kitts and Nevis, respectively. FlyMontserrat flies to both destinations, while ABM flies to Antigua. Charter flights are also available from the airport to other short haul destinations, but are only available by schedule.

Antigua – Also known as Waladli, Antigua is another island in the West Indies, in the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles. Like many other Caribbean destinations, Antigua's main attraction is its aquamarine beaches with waves running and folding to the white coastlines in the city, adding to the fact that it is more of an escape rather than a destination. The vibe of the island is somewhat escapist – lost, far away, remote – which ups its charm to visitors, mainly because of its remoteness and its natural beauty – far away from the hustle and the bustle and the cities.

Nevis – The other half of St. Kitts, Nevis is another island in the Caribbean that is small in size but big in destinations. Vivid green with blue skies, clean air and long empty beaches, Nevis is an idyllic destination that is worth the visit and the hassle due to its relaxed and chill vibe. Visit the island's beaches, historical landmarks, and ecotourism destinations and watch some Drag Racing, Caribbean style.

Long Haul destinations are only possible from the islands if travelers are welcome to the idea of flying from airport to airport since there are no major flights from Montserrat itself. Travelers may fly to Barbados' Grantley Adams International Airport and fly to destinations in North and South America, or from the said continents, fly further to Europe and Asia.

How to get out

To get out of Montserrat, travelers are advised to take flights from the John A. Osborne International Airport in the village of Gerald's. For cheap flights, visit Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online resource of cheap flights from over 600 airlines worldwide.

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