It’s Getting Even Easier to Fly to the Island of Dominica
Waterfalls, hiking trails, volcanoes, boiling lakes. There aren’t any islands quite like Dominica, which has been increasingly on the radar of in-the-know travelers seeking out a different kind of Caribbean getaway.
And now it’s getting even easier to fly to the island.
First, American Airlines launched its first-ever nonstop service between Miami and Dominica, a route that’s also the only international flight between the United States and Dominica.
Now, regional carrier Silver Airways has significantly ramped up its service to the island out of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Silver is now operating flights between San Juan and Dominica six days per week, opening up the island to Silver’s broad network of codeshare partners including United, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, all of which fly to San Juan from cities across the United States.
It’s a significant boost for the island, which has long struggled with airlift challenges thanks to a tiny runway and airport.
It’s also a boon for the island’s growing luxury hotel sector, centered around the world-famous Secret Bay luxury resort.
Now, travelers can fly to the island and savor a destination that bills itself as the “Nature Island,” a moniker you’ll understand the moment you land.
For more, visit Secret Bay.