How to get to St. Maarten and St. Martin by air or sea
Getting to SXM (St. Maarten / St. Martin) is easy. Most major US airlines fly to SXM, including American Airlines and American Eagle, Continental, Delta, Jet Blue, Spirit, US Airways, United Airlines, and (in season) Sun Country.
Air Canada, Air Transat, and West Jet serve the island from Canada, and Air France and KLM from Europe. Other airlines provide inter-island service, and there are also charters and now regular flights from South America.
SXM is one of the Caribbean's largest cruise ports. All major cruise lines visit the island, embarking from Florida, San Juan, and other cities, both in North America and Europe.
And last, the island has the largest megayacht port in the Caribbean. Just about every megayacht captain is familiar with the island and will be happy to take you here.
If you have your own jet, Princess Juliana Airport welcomes you. Even if it's a 767... If you're a billionaire, your jet captain already knows how to fly here -- or can find out easily enough. Lots of billionaires, and of course millionaires, fly here all the time; that's who owns all the private jets at the Princess Juliana Airport. Some stay here, but may take their megayachts to St. Barths or launches to Anguilla, both nearby.
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Much more on SXM is in the pages listed in the navigation bar (left).