HOW TO REACH GRENADA
A breakdown on how to reach Spice Isle
From the UK
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic services Grenada with twice weekly direct flights (each) from London’s Gatwick Airport.
Condor Airlines offers seasonal flights from Frankfurt Airport. Condor usually operates from November until April, but it is operative all year long from Frankfurt to Barbados, and from there is a direct flight to Grenada provided by Liat or Caribbean Airlines.
From the USA
American Airlines offers a direct daily service between Miami FL, and Grenada.
Delta Airlines provides a weekly Saturday service from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), New York as well as a once weekly service from Atlanta, Georgia.
JetBlue offers weekly flights to Grenada from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
In addition, Caribbean Airlines offers a daily service from Trinidad and facilitates one-stop connections between Toronto, New York, Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, London, and regional airports.
Air Canada Rouge operates a twice-weekly service from Toronto (Mondays and Thursdays). Thursday flights are seasonal.
Direct flights are still not available, but from any city you can fly to Frankfurt, London, Paris, Miami (Alitalia- Iberia – American Airlines – Finnair) or New York
(Alitalia – Emirates – Delta – Norwegian Airline – Finnair) and from these destinations use one of the direct services provided with the above companies
From the Caribbean
LIAT Airlines provides connections into Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport from many Caribbean islands along with connections to International flights from Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia and Trinidad. Caribbean Airlines also provides flights from Grenada to other regional islands.
Once you reach Grenada you will find outside the airport authorized Taxi Drivers that can take you to The Grenada Yacht Club. Average price is about 35 US $.
Local Buses are also available for short distances for example from the Marina to restaurants, town or super markets.
The local currency for all the islands is the Caribbean dollar (XCD), but Euros and US dollars are traded as well, with an approximate rate exchange of 1 EUR = 3,31439 XCD and 1 USD = 2,69915 XCD. We always recommend to withdrawal or exchange a small amount of local money, for the little expenses like ice, or collection of garbage, or little purchases. Credit cards are accepted everywhere.