John A. Osborne Airport
John A. Osborne Airport lies close to Gerald’s village on the Montserrat Island, British Overseas territory in Caribbean. The code of airport is MNI.
Due to the volcano eruption in 1997 the airport was completely destroyed and reopened only in 2005. In 2008 it was given a name of outstanding Montserrat politician and leader John A. Osborne.
Most air carriers such as ABM Air, Trans Anguilla Airways and Caribbean Helicopters operate charter flights to Caribbean territories. The flag airline Fly Montserrat delivers passengers to Antigua, Barbados, Tortola, Saint Kitts, Dominica and others.
Facilities include one passenger terminal, runway 1.8km long and airport taxi John A. Osborne Airport. The small parking lot for taxi to John A. Osborne Airport is placed in front of check-in hall. Passengers may book cheap taxi, order snacks inside the terminal and book a room at nearby hotels (SeaView Suit, Olveston Hotel) by airport taxi John A. Osborne Airport.
There is no public link between John A. Osborne Airport and Montserrat cities. The only one option is to take a local shuttle or metered taxi from John A. Osborne Airport. The ride by taxi John A. Osborne Airport to Plymouth capitals costs from 20 East Caribbean dollars for taxi service.