Offers to St. Martin
Air Caraibes
ECO
4,178 mi
9. Jun
ORY
Paris
16. Jun
SXM
Philipsburg
4.46 CPM
373€
skyscanner.net
Air France
ECO
4,187 mi
16. Jan
CDG
Paris
30. Jan
SXM
Philipsburg
4.56 CPM
382€
kayak.com
Air France
ECO
4,187 mi
17. Jan
CDG
Paris
26. Jan
SXM
Philipsburg
4.72 CPM
395€
skyscanner.net
ECO
4,992 mi
5. Feb
WAW
Warsaw
21. Feb
SXM
Philipsburg
4.86 CPM
485€
kayak.com
ECO
4,992 mi
1. Mar
WAW
Warsaw
8. Mar
SXM
Philipsburg
4.87 CPM
486€
kayak.com
ECO
4,992 mi
22. Sep
WAW
Warsaw
30. Sep
SXM
Philipsburg
4.89 CPM
488€
kayak.com
Air France
ECO
4,992 mi
14. Jan
WAW
Warsaw
23. Jan
SXM
Philipsburg
4.90 CPM
489€
kayak.com
ECO
4,992 mi
9. Feb
WAW
Warsaw
16. Feb
SXM
Philipsburg
4.93 CPM
492€
kayak.com
KLM
ECO
4,992 mi
25. Jan
WAW
Warsaw
4. Feb
SXM
Philipsburg
4.98 CPM
497€
kayak.com
KLM
ECO
4,992 mi
4. Feb
WAW
Warsaw
16. Feb
SXM
Philipsburg
4.98 CPM
497€
kayak.com
KLM
ECO
4,992 mi
6. Mar
WAW
Warsaw
17. Mar
SXM
Philipsburg
4.99 CPM
498€
kayak.com
Air France
ECO
4,992 mi
9. Feb
WAW
Warsaw
19. Feb
SXM
Philipsburg
4.99 CPM
498€
kayak.com
ECO
4,992 mi
3. Nov
WAW
Warsaw
14. Nov
SXM
Philipsburg
4.99 CPM
498€
kayak.com
KLM
ECO
4,992 mi
6. Feb
WAW
Warsaw
16. Feb
SXM
Philipsburg
5.00 CPM
499€
kayak.com
Air France
ECO
4,606 mi
17. Jan
MUC
Munich
26. Jan
SXM
Philipsburg
5.00 CPM
461€
flug.idealo.de
Air France
ECO
4,992 mi
8. Mar
WAW
Warsaw
22. Mar
SXM
Philipsburg
5.00 CPM
499€
kayak.com
ECO
4,992 mi
17. Nov
WAW
Warsaw
29. Nov
SXM
Philipsburg
5.00 CPM
499€
kayak.com
ECO
4,992 mi
8. May
WAW
Warsaw
15. May
SXM
Philipsburg
5.00 CPM
499€
kayak.com
KLM
ECO
4,489 mi
17. Sep
STR
Stuttgart
7. Oct
SXM
Philipsburg
5.02 CPM
451€
flug.idealo.de
Air France
ECO
4,992 mi
2. Jan
WAW
Warsaw
19. Jan
SXM
Philipsburg
5.02 CPM
501€
kayak.com

St. Martin

Everyone knows the pictures: people holding on to the fence and almost being blown away by a starting jet (can be dangerous, so attempt with caution) – or jumbos flying a few meters above the crowded beach. The pictures are from Princess Juliana International Airport on the Caribbean island of St. Martin, the Dutch part of which is called Sint Maarten and the northern part of the island, Saint-Martin, is a French overseas territory. The frequency of flights to Europe is correspondingly high – mostly by KLM and Air France. For many aircraft fans and spotters the island is the dream destination within the Caribbean. But also for non aviation enthusiasts, the island offers everything that one expects of a Caribbean paradise: beaches, palm trees, luxury hotels and more.

Best Time to Travel

As is typical for a Caribbean island, temperatures fluctuate only slightly throughout the year. During the day the air temperature is around 30 °C and the water reaches swimming-pool-like temperatures of 28 °C. Between June and the end of November one should consider that it is hurricane season in the Caribbean. The best time to travel is therefore December to May, with hotel prices rising accordingly. Hurricane “Irma” caused severe damage to the island in 2017. In the meantime, however, many accommodations have reopened and the majority of the (tourist) infrastructure is functioning again.

Immigration & Visa Requirements

Sint Maarten is part of the Dutch Kingdom, but unlike the northern part of the island it is not part of the European Union. A passport is therefore required for entry, which must be valid for at least 6 months after departure. This also applies if you only want to visit the French part (by plane), because the airport is located in the Dutch part. EU citizens do not need a visa to visit St. Maarten. Tourist stays are possible for up to 30 days, if you visit several Dutch Caribbean islands even for up to 90 days. For the French part, there are no restrictions on the length of your stay. On departure, an airport fee of 30€ will be charged.