Anguilla Air Fare Bulletin Board
From the Anguilla Local News - Site Map.
Aren't we all looking for the fastest
and least expensive
way to get to Anguilla?
This can be tricky and time-consuming,
what with changing planes in San Juan or taking the
St. Martin. So here is the place where we travelers
can post our latest tips and discount fares.
Remember that the Anguilla airport code is AXA
and the American Airlines toll-free reservations number while in
Anguilla is 497-3131. The American Eagle number at Wallblake
Airport is 264-497-3503, which is not in the
latest telephone book. St. Martin airport is SXM, serviced by
AA, KLM, Air France, US Air, Liat, Air Transat,...
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Check out Citibank Credit Card and American Airlines 2 for the price of 1 companion voucher on American and American Eagle. Offer ends July 1999.
Patrick Connoy <Patrick.Connoy@MCDA.Org>
Minneapolis, MN USA - Friday, July 31, 1998 at 15:52:50 (EDT)
Low Air Fares are Back!!! Call At Your Service Travel for the lowest airfares to Anguilla or any other Caribbean Island. Act Now....Seats are Limited....Some Restrictions Apply!!! Rates are in effect until August 13, 1998.
Call 1 800-854-1843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org For Villa rental in Anguilla call same 800 # or email email@example.com.......Ask for Terri or Myrna
St. John , USVI USA - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 12:28:37 (EDT)
If someone is looking for good airfares to Anguilla from the West Coast I would suggest they contact Molly at (800)777-0907. She is a Caribbean specialist, with her favorite island being Anguilla. Last time I checked her rate was about $650 per person.
Dennis Sumption <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Seattle, WA USA - Tuesday, June 23, 1998 at 20:34:07 (EDT)
Im looking for round trip tickets for Phoneix AZ to Detroit MI or Dertiot MI to Phoneix AZ
Mostly weekend trips Thur-Mon. Any time is good After the senond week of june.
Darrell Surhigh <email@example.com>
Phoneix, AZ USA - Tuesday, May 19, 1998 at 01:52:08 (EDT)
Jan 18 booked RT Newark to St. Martin, Continental dep March 16, return March 27 at $468. Use Cheap tickets, see NYTimes for info.
L. Evans <LLEvanas7@AOL.com>
Selkirk, NY USA - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 13:46:56 (EST)
From Boston to St. Martin & then by small plane, use TNT charter leaving early each Sunday morning and returning the following week; alternatively, use GVU charter and ferry over from St. Martin.
Both TNT& GVW use same plane but TNT has better land service including agents in Anguilla and St. Martin who organize every aspect of the transportation for you. TNT's fare is about $100 more than GVW and you get the flight to Anguilla and better service.
For details, call Holly @ Garber Travel in Boston - 617 439-6773. Also, TNT & GVW have hotel packages that can be quite attractive - they use Sonesta, CocoLoba & Cinnamon Reef.
You can get Delta or USAIRWAYS or Continental or PanAM shuttles from NYC cheap with advance purchase to allow you to take advantage of the charter.
Or, look into a charter to St. Martin from your location and hop over.
Lin Katzenstein <Linda.Katzenstein@FMR.com>
Boston, MA USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 12:21:14 (EST)
Please can you tell, me are there ATM machines in Anguilla?
Rob Blaney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chicago, IL USA - Monday, December 08, 1997 at 21:11:07 (EST)
I WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOUR COUNTRY VERY MUCH
Tara Garland <email@example.com>
St. John's, Nf Canada - Monday, December 08, 1997 at 10:27:56 (EST)
I have found that it is cheaper to use a Travel Agent as opposed to American Airlines. If in doubt do comparative ticket shopping.
USA - Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 07:10:01 (EST)
Just booked Feb/Mar '98 flights to Anguilla yesterday. Just about everything is sold out with all carriers for those dates. And...my travel agent cautioned against depending upon the Sun Country Charter. They do not currently have a contract, and are proposing a work stopage in the February time frame. If anyone wants to risk it, the charter is $634 to St Maarten. By the way, the ONLY other available option was American at $885...we took it! In addition to the fares being up a bit this season, the availablility seems to have diminished. I was told the cruise lines have blocked even more seats than usual this season. So, BOOK NOW !!! Enjoy
Robbinsdale, MN USA - Sunday, November 16, 1997 at 09:19:37 (EST)
Melody Dill challenged me to find "Sun World"
charter that flies to St Maarten from the midwest.
Using a web site called AIR
found Sun Country Airlines in Minneapolis.
They have flights to St Maarten starting at $399.
http://www.suncountry.com/mspsxm.htm is the
web site, but it only has fares, not departure
days and times.
Bob Green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Anguilla - Tuesday, November 11, 1997 at 19:43:04 (EST)
For travellers from the UK to Anguilla
here are some hot tips.
1) Caledonian Airways (booked through Golden Lion Holidays in UK (01293 567800). Gatwick-St.Kitts return cost between £230-£375 (depending on season). Air Anguilla Charter St.Kitts-Anguilla (6 seater plus luggage) cost $800 return ($400 one way for charter if you guarantee to take the return whenever).
2) Nouvelles Frontieres or
AOM Minerva from Paris to St. Maarten.
Cost approx £275 or Club class (Grande Large/Comfort) a bargain at approx £375 and as good as any major airline Club seat.
Then ferry from St.Martin to Anguilla or for absolute indulgence to arrive in style charter
GOTCHA (Garfield Richardson in Anguilla 2956).
Have tried and tested all the above an they are much better and cheaper than BA to Antigua or via the US for travel from UK/Europe.
Hope this is of help.
Isle of Man, British Isles - Monday, November 10, 1997 at 18:08:37 (EST)
Go to the American Airlines site and you see
that they are having a fall seat sale to the
Caribbean. NY to Grenada for $181. Code is
KXFALL3. But I couldn't find any sale prices
to Anguilla or St. Martin. Did I miss them?
Sale is over Nov 14th.
- Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 15:29:30 (EST)
BWIA ran an ad in the paper yesterday for "fall
seat sale". St Martin to Barbados or Trinidad,
$149, Guyana $199. Jamaica $180.
anguilla - Friday, October 31, 1997 at 06:34:39 (EST)
American has really increased airline prices. We bought our tickets
last year on 8/21 to travel 12/18/96-1/7/97 and paid $498 for each
adult; this year for the same dates we are paying $695, and we bought
them on Sept. 21, just a month later. When we plunked down our money on
10/4, they were virtually sold out for the week before and week after
Christmas (actually until 1/7). So, American will have a good Christmas.
Susanne Thevenet <email@example.com>
USA - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 18:23:55 (EST)
We are back to Anguilla for our 7th year in late February. Needed
to know if American Eagle will add another Saturday flight during the season.
We have been calling American Airlines with no news. Need to get college
daughter and friend to join us for the trip. Finally got the
answer from American Eagle at Wallblake Airport: they will add another
Saturday flight on November 8th. It arrives Anguilla
at 7:27, leaves at 7:37PM.
Lee Garrett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
USA - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 18:09:31 (EST)
Apparently, Tower Air has decided not to fly to St. Martin this
year after all.
Bob Green <email@example.com>
USA - Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 17:37:16 (EST)
The St Marteen newspaper reports that Tower Air will begin scheduled flights
to their island from
New York as of November 28th, 1997.
This could be a new inexpensive way to get to Anguilla.
Anguilla Local News, August 1997.
Sun World International is reportedly planning to fly charters
from the midwest to St. Maarten in the 97-98 winter
season. If they offer "air-only" deals,
this will be a way to get to Anguilla.
Anguilla Local News. August 1997
When pricing out tickets, always get a separate
price for each leg. Many times, it's the same, but on 2-3 occassions, I've
saved as much as $150. Right now in June
you can save money as long as you're
booking from an airport that services San Juan with both USAir and
American. (competition makes a big difference!)
Both USAir and American have reduced there
fares - if you know how to
get them. Example:
Baltimore (BWI) to Anguilla (AXA) on AA is currently $653 round trip.
But, if you book round-trip Baltimore to San Juan (SJU), M-Th fare is $287 (F-SU
$318), then round-trip SJU to AXA, at $209 (F-Su $213), you get the same
flights for $500 + tax. If you book BWI to SJU, then SJU to St. Martin (SXM),
the fare comes down to $287 BWI-SJU and $187 SJU-SXM, for a total of $474 +
tax (F-Su $515 + tax).
Remember, ask for separate fares for each segment of
your trip - not a round trip fare - and ask both USAir and AA to use "K"
fares to get the price - and be flexible in your travel times.
And if you fly
to St. Martin, you can get the Link ferry
you up right at Juliana Airport and take you direct to Anguilla.
area, June 1997.
Revised: October 30, 1997