As a vacation destination, Grenada is served by international airlines and cruise companies. Air service is available from the Caribbean, North American and European cities. International flights arrive and depart from Maurice Bishop International Airport.
A valid passport and return onward ticket is required for all visitors.
British Airways offers two weekly flights on a Sunday and Wednesday, via London Gatwick.
Virgin Atlantic offers two weekly flights from London Gatwick every Monday and Thursday.
Condor Airlines offers a weekly flight in the summer from Frankfurt on a Saturday.
Air Canada operates a weekly service form Toronto to Grenada.
Caribbean Airlines operates a weekly service form Toronto to Grenada.
American Airlines services Grenada with direct flights from Miami and connections via San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Delta Air operates non-stop flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, and from April 2015 from Atlanta.
Liat Airline operates flights within the Caribbean including Barbados and Antiqua to Grenada.
JetBlue will start offering non-stop flights from JFK Airport in New York City from June 2015.