Fort-de-France airport

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Situated at 12km from Fort de France in the Lamentin commune, Martinique-Aimé Césaire Airport is the Antilles’ second busiest airport complex after Guadeloupe-Pôle Caraïbes. Able to handle 1,800 passengers an hour, Martinique-Aimé Césaire Airport can cater for 1,600,000 travellers per year. With a number of airlines based at Martinique-Aimé Césaire Airport, it’s able to operate regular flights to the Caribbean, America as well as European destinations. Stretching across 28,000m², Martinique-Aimé Césaire Airport’s single terminal building is fully air conditioned and has a large 2,500m² check-in hall. Martinique-Aimé Césaire Airport also has a fully equipped business centre and an open air carpark with space for more than 1,600 vehicles. Inside the terminal you’ll find a chemists, a medical centre, a currency exchange booth as well as several cash point machines.

In the heart of the Antilles, Fort-de-France is the biggest town on Martinique. A sunny island paradise lined with white, sandy beaches, you should book a flight to Fort-de-France and explore the marine depths, head out on a jet-ski, take a cruise or simply soak in the warm seas. It’s the perfect Caribbean holiday. Tour Madinina, where eco-tourism takes the forefront – stroll along the coast, go canyoning and explore the island by 4WD or on horseback. You can also take boat trips to Martinique’s neighbouring islands of Oscar, Thierry, Dominica or Saint Lucia, each as idyllic as the next. Once in Fort-de-France make sure you visit the incredible 19th Century Schœlcher Library, a classified French Historic Monument and home to thousands of literary and musical volumes. Likewise for the La Savane Park and the town’s covered markets, which are worth every penny. Reserve a hotel room in Fort-de-France close to its markets. With their exotic products and buzzing atmosphere, they’ll give you a taste of life in the Caribbean, where rum and spice are the holiday flavours. Talking of rum…it’s an island speciality. Sip a chilled Ti’ punch whilst paddling in the surf of this island paradise!