Travelling to Union Island
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The closest international airports to Union Island are Barbados, Saint Lucia and Grenada. Martinique is also an alternative, but includes more stops.
A convenient way to fly to Union Island is through Barbados, as www.svgair.com and www.mustique.com have daily flights onwards from Barbados to Union Island. Please only make sure that you book your flight to Union Island and not to Saint Vincent.
However, from Barbados you can also fly on to Saint Vincent with www.liatairline.com and then take the Fast Ferry to Union Island (2 h), see www.jadeninc.com. Please note that the fast ferry does not operate every day (see timetable on their website). There are other ferries sailing from Saint Vincent to Union Island, but they are much slower. Or you can fly from Saint Vincent to Union Island with www.svgair.com.
From 1 December 2015, www.svgair.com will start flying direct flights from Saint Lucia (Hewanorra International Airport) to Union Island six days a week (not Wednesdays).
From Grenada there are two ways to get to Union Island. www.svgair.com fly from Grenada to Union Island.
There is also a ferry sailing from Grenada to Carriacou, see www.ospreylines.com. From Carriacou to Union Island our friend Troy runs a ferry service on Mondays and Thursdays. You can reach Troy on +1784 432 5728 or email@example.com.
From Carriacou to Union Island our friend Troy runs a ferry service on Mondays and Thursdays. You can reach Troy on +1784 432 5728 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book your tickets.
From Martinique you can fly with www.liatairline.com to Saint Vincent. From Saint Vincent you continue on to Union Island with the Fast Ferry www.jadeninc.com of by flight, www.svgair.com or www.mustique.com.
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