Montserrat's John A. Osborne Airport: Cheap Flights, Tickets, and Travel Deals

This is probably the first time you've heard of John A. Osborne Airport (MNI). Formerly known as Gerald's Airport, this little airport sits on the Caribbean island of Montserrat. When the sky is clear of volcanic ash and monsoon rains, John A. Osborne Airport hosts a variety of 8-passenger aircrafts, flying in from neighboring nations like Antigua, St. Lucia, and Barbados. Beyond Montserrat's history of unpredictable weather and erupting volcanos, this picturesque British-run island is a lovely travel destination with uncrowded beaches and friendly residents.

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Coordinates: 16°47′29″N 062°11′36″W

Elevation: 168 m (550 ft)

Situated on the island's northern end, John A. Osborne Airport belongs to the village of Gerald's. The airport doesn't appear to have an exact address assigned to it. Nearby landmarks to help guide you are Tropical Mansion Suites, A&F Gas Station, and the Ah We Shopping Centre.


Three airlines are hosted by John A. Osborne Airport: ABM Air, FlyMontserrat, and Trans Anguilla Airways. These carriers exclusively offer flights within the Caribbean. So, although Monsterrat's airport is classified as an international air gateway, there are no direct flights to Canada.

To reach John A. Osborne Airport from Canada, travelers are advised to fly to Antigua's V. C. Bird International Airport (ANU). Located in the capital city of St. John's, this airport hosts flights from both Toronto and Montréal, alongside two Caribbean carriers--ABM Air and FlyMontserrat--that continue onwards to Monsterrat.


Like many of the Caribbean's airports, John A. Osborne Airport doesn't offer a lot of amenities. In fact, very little is know about what's inside this tiny airport. They don't even have an official website!

To leave the airport for your Monsterrat hotel, you can choose to rent a car through Skyscanner or take a taxi. This Caribbean nation only has one main road, which winds around the island and makes it a breeze to navigate. Arriving at your hotel by car will likely take less than 30 minutes.

The Island

After a series of devastating natural disasters throughout the 80s and 90s, Monsterrat is seeing a tourism resurgence in recent years. Once a popular destination among British vacationers, the island boasts a lovely, warm climate and stunning beaches. Most visitors to Montserrat arrive here to enjoy the island's crystal clear waters. The Caribbean Sea is, after all, a prime venue for swimming, scuba diving, and boating tours. Another popular attraction for daring adventurers is the majestic Soufriere Hills volcano, as long as its risk level is low that week.

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Longitude:62° 13' 59'' W
Latitude:16° 45' 0'' N

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