There are no nonstops from the United States. Note that LIAT is not the most reliable airline; passengers often report both early and late departures as well as canceled flights. If you're flying them, it pays to double-check your reservation and to get to the airport with lots of time to spare.
Canefield Airport. Canefield Airport (DCF) is served by only a few small Caribbean-based airlines. There is no longer a tourist information office at this airport. Canefield, St. Paul. 767/449–1990; 767/445–7109; www.domincaports.com.
Douglas-Charles Airport. Douglas-Charles Airport (DOM)—formerly known as Melville Hall Airport—where most flights arrive, is 75 minutes from Roseau. Marigot, St. Andrew. 767/445–7101; www.dominicaports.com.
Air Sunshine. Air Sunshine flies daily from San Juan via St. Thomas, USVI. Depending on the departure, flights take from two to four hours. 800/327–8900; 954/434–8900; www.airsunshine.com.
LIAT. LIAT flies from St. Maarten, Antigua, Barbados, and Guadeloupe to Douglas-Charles Airport. 767/445–7242; 888/844–5428; www.liatairline.com.
Seaborne Airlines. Seaborne Airlines flies daily from San Juan Puerto Rico. SuperSaver fares are sometimes offered online. 866/359–8784; 767/445–8936; www.seaborneairlines.com.
Winair. During high season Winair flies from St. Maarten to Dominica (both airports) six to seven times a week. Off-season, they fly four times per week: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. 866/466–0410; 721/546–7690; www.fly-winair.sx.