Martinique Fort De France Airport
Address: BP279, Le Lamentin 97285, Martinique, FRENCH WEST INDIES
Altitude: 4.8 m
Phone: +596 596 42 19 95
Focus city for: Air Caraïbes; Air Antilles
Location: Le Lamentin
Tel: +596 (0) 517396
Fax: +596 (0) 421877
IATA code: FDF
ICAO code: TFFF
Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport
FDF Arrivals today
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Martinique Aimé Césaire airport arrivals location
Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport is centrally located in the country just a few miles from the capital Fort-de-France. There is a 9,850-foot runway to land the largest planes to have Martinique flight departures. Many Martinique arrivals come from France to this French-speaking island. Pre-corona time this was 2 million per year but many flights have since been canceled.
There are several reasons why you should travel to Martinique. It is a fantastically beautiful island in the Caribbean. Soon you would think that you have to go there because of the idyllic beaches. However, there are also volcanoes and therefore also mountains in Martinique. For that you will mainly have to discover the north of the island where you can go into the woods and experience beautiful waterfalls. Another way to experience the island is by getting out on the water. There is an annual festival to sail the Yole Ronde with a traditional fishing boat with hundreds of participants. There is also cultural heritage on the island. There are cultural festivals, slave savannah, and much more to discover on this Caribbean island. Like many islands in the Caribbean, it is also Carnival in Martinique at the beginning of the year.
Transportation at Martinique airport
After Martinique arrivals you can continue by taxi. There are several taxi companies available that are ready after you exit the Martinique arrivals hall.
You can also discover the island yourself by car. After arrival there are many car rental companies that ensure good departures from the airport. Most of the famous ones are present in the arrivals hall: Avis, Europcar, Enterprise, Hertz, Jumbo Car, Sixt, Auloc and Thrifty.
Fort de France airport arrivals routes
There are still many Fort de France airport departures to Pointe-a-Pitre (Guadeloupe, another French-speaking island) with Corsair, Air Antilles Express and Air Caraibes. Ameriflight has Martinique departures to Aguadilla while Air France still keeps the long haul flight intact.
If corona blows over, many other routes will undoubtedly be resumed. Air France will not only fly from Orly airport, but also offer FDF departures from the other airport in Paris, Charles de Gaulle. There will also be flights from the French-speaking part in Belgium with Air Belgium (Charleroi Airport).
Other FDF airport arrivals include Corsair from Paris Orly, GOL from Sao Paulo, Condor from Frankfurt, American Airlines from Miami, Air Transat from Montreal and Toronto, Air Canada also from Montreal – Trudeau and Air Antilles will expand routes in the region with Barbados, Dominica and Castries.
The airport offers FDF airport departures from a small terminal and has been open for flights since 1950.
To travel from the United States you will need to have an electronic or biometric passport. You must also have an ESTA authorization. You can arrange this on the website: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/. You will also need a plane ticket to leave the island. You must also have proof to be able to pay the costs on the island. You may also stay in Martinique for a maximum of 90 consecutive days.