Antigua and Barbuda
Private jet charter and flights to Antigua and Barbuda
Deliciously compact Antigua and its smaller sister island Barbuda offer fantastic sailing opportunities, powder-soft beaches and toes-in-the-sand relaxation. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Antigua and Barbuda.
Arriving in Antigua and Barbuda, you’ll find candy-coloured houses and lush vegetation flanked by the sparkling waters of the Caribbean, all infused with an infectious soca/calypso vibe. These stunning islands blend luxury yachts and glamorous sun-seekers with lush rainforest and historic sites. A nod to Antigua’s colonial past is evident in St John’s port capital and its beautiful English Harbour (formerly the British naval base in the Caribbean).
Sailing enthusiasts can take to the waters along Antigua’s Cades Reef and Falmouth Harbour. Enjoy lazy afternoon drinks whilst admiring sumptuous yachts or stroll along historic Redcliffe Quay’s gorgeous waterfront promenade. Those with confident sea legs should take a speedboat tour of Stingray City or a boat trip to breathtaking Rendezvous Bay; or if geology is more your thing, walk to the top of the island’s highest peak, Mt. Obama, or head to the captivating natural blowhole at Devil’s Bridge.
Antigua is most prized for its breathtaking beaches. The palm-fringed sands of the four Hawskbill beaches are a major attraction for those seeking romance and seclusion, while Dickenson Bay is ideal for families wanting a lively atmosphere with plenty of watersports. The glorious stretch of sand that makes up Pigeon Point offers the best of both worlds – it’s quiet and secluded in the week and filled with locals on the weekends. For an extra-special treat, the enchantingly remote Ffrye’s Bay and Darkwood Beach offer dazzling white sands set against the emerald sea.
Barbuda’s celebrated pinks sands will hit the spot if you crave Robinson Crusoe-style solace. While Antigua brims with sleek yachts and gorgeous resort hotels, Barbuda (a 20-minute flight away) offers captivating solitude and just a smattering of luxury hotels. This tiny island has more wildlife than people – if you fancy a break from the beach, take a boat trip to Codrington Lagoon’s Frigrate Bird Sanctuary, home to a colony of over 100,000 birds that travel between the Caribbean and Galapagos islands during mating season.
Contact our team and we’ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Antigua and Barbuda, landing at V. C. Bird International Airport.