Cheapest car hire in Fort De France Airport
5 seat minivan
*daily rates in Fort De France Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Useful things to know about Fort De France Airport
- Fort-de-France Airport is properly called Aime Cesaire International Airport
- It’s been open for over sixty years being expanded and refurbished several times during its existence
- It’s located in a suburb of the capital, less than three miles from the centre
- There are four flights to Paris using both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports
- Nearly a million passengers use the airport each year
Fort De France Mini Guide
Why do People Travel to Martinique?
Martinique is a fabulous holiday island in the Caribbean. It has a wide range of sights and activities for travellers including the brooding Mount Pelee which, over the centuries has conspired to destroy parts of the island. You’ve got the contrast between the black volcanic sand beaches of the north and the golden sands of the island’s southern beaches and finally you can enjoy the delicious food of the island, served up with a traditional French twist.
How Easy is it to get to Fort-de-France Airport?
There are a number of international flights to Fort-de-France Airport including several from the US
. For European travellers you can choose one of four flights from Paris airports direct to Fort-de-France Airport or connect via one of the North American hubs. The airport is only just outside the city centre of the capital and whilst many choose to get a taxi to their hotels, car hire is a more convenient option in the long term.
What is Fort De France Airport Like?
The airport is quite impressive. After starting from small beginnings it is now worthy of an international airport and has a host of facilities that you’d expect in a much bigger airport. There are several shops including a duty free facility, gift shops, a florist and some fashion stores. If you need a new hairstyle there’s a hairdresser and beauticians there too. If you need currency you’ll find a bank and a currency exchange bureau as well as an ATM. You’ve got the choice of two restaurants, a café and a bar to eat at if you get hungry. There’s even two hotels within the airport grounds if want to stay there!