There are no direct flights from the US to Anguilla, so you will stop at one of the larger airports, such as San Juan, Puerto Rico or St. Maarten/St.Martin. From there, you will fly into Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd Airport. Or, you may travel by ferry boat service or water taxi from St. Maarten.
Should you fly into Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, know that it is small, with one small terminal and no jet ways. Simply the signs, or ask one of the friendly gate agents. The way out won’t be hard to find.
Immigration & Customs
A valid passport (with at least 6 months before expiration) and a return or onward tickets are required for all visitors to Anguilla. You’ll also need to complete an ICAO Embarkation/Disembarkation Card.
Getting to Your Hotel
There are taxis and shuttles outside the airport, which is on the outskirts of The Valley, Anguilla’s capital. The airport is in the middle of the island, about 8 miles from the east and west ends.
Getting Around Anguilla
Outside, there’s a taxi stand where clients join a short queue and a dispatcher asks the guest which resort they will be visiting. The next available taxi will take the client to the resort. There will be a cost notification or an indication of the cost to be charged.