• 7/17/2018 9:20 AM
  • Liu Yang

Cheap flights from the US to St. Maarten from only $177!

Amazing Caribbean adventure in Sint Maarten!

Relax in the Caribbean with these cheap flights from Miami, Charlotte, Dallas and Philadelphia to St. Maarten from only $177 roundtrip!

Try your luck at one of St. Martin’s many casinos, glide over coral reefs in a kayak or dash through turquoise waters on a jet ski! Amazing Caribbean adventure is waiting for you in Sint Maarten! This is definitely the world’s favorite places among plane spotters! Apart from relaxing in palm shades on the fantastic Caribbean beaches you will have an unbelievable experience to feel the power of huge aircrafts engines starting on the runaway so close to the Macho beach and watch amazing 747 landings and take-offs. Your personal pictures of a plane landing in Princess Juliana International Airport will be probably the best in your travel album.

Travel dates:
September – October 2018

Routing:
Miami – St. Marteen – Miami
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Charlotte – St. Marteen – Charlotte
Philadelphia – St. Marteen – Philadelphia
Dallas – St. Marteen – Dallas

How to book:
CLICK HERE >> or follow the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

Sample reservations:
Charlotte – St. Marteen – Charlotte >>>

Miami – St. Marteen – Miami >>>

Philadelphia – St. Marteen – Philadelphia >>>

Dallas – St. Marteen – Dallas >>>

Accommodation:
We encourage you to stay at Fantastic Hotel with very good reviews! This property provides guests with an outdoor pool. Staff on site can arrange airport transfers. The units in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. All rooms include a private bathroom with free toiletries, while some rooms come with a kitchenette with an oven. The rooms will provide guests with a fridge.

Car rental:
Find the best rates HERE

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