Montserrat Geography

Montserrat Geography

The island of Montserrat belongs to the Lesser Antilles, which is located in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Montserrat lies between the islands of Antigua and Guadeloupe. Montserrat is still part of the Commonwealth of today as an overseas territory of Great Britain. According to SEARCHFORPUBLICSCHOOLS.COM, Montserrat has an area of ​​only 102 km² and a little over 5,000 residents. The island is mainly volcanic and is therefore not one…

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Travel in Montserrat

Travel in Montserrat

Montserrat arrival Airplane: the airline WinAir flies presently the only one at Montserrat (several times a day from Antigua). To get to Antigua and Barbuda from Europe, you can use British Airways, Lufthansa, Swiss or British Midland Airways, among others. There are also flights to Antigua by helicopter, providers are Carib Aviation and Montserrat Aviation Services. Airports: the international airport of Gerald’s Airport (MNI) opened in 2005 on the northern part of the island in…

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