Haiti Flights Guide

Located on one half of the Island of Hispaniola (it shares with the Dominican Republic), Haiti was once a nation under Napoleonic French rule, which effect overthrew their government and came to rule in their own right. Though modern Haiti was rocked by a massive 2010 Earthquake and is still recovering, visitors are welcome in Haiti, and often come to marvel at impressive fortresses such as Citadelle de la Ferriere.

Port-au-Prince is, to many foreigners, the only city of note in Haiti. Port-au-Prince is in fact that largest city in Haiti (home to nearly 1 million people) as well as the capital, and is famous for it's lovely National Palace (housing the National Museum) and other famous monuments, though many for destroyed or affected by the 2010 Earthquake. The nearby city of Carrefour is also considered a population center and important city.

Toussaint Louverture International Airport is the largest and most important airport and longest jetway. It is located near the capital city Port-au-Prince and handles most international travel to and from the island nation, along with the second largest and most important airport, Hugo Chavez International Airport. Hugo Chavez is situated in Cap-Haitien. Haiti, like many destinations in the Caribbean, has what is considered tropical weather, however, as the country has both lowlands and highlands, there is a certain amount of temperature and precipitation variation. As to be expected, precipitation is greater in high lying regions, though hurricanes are also frequent, and create high amounts of rainfall across the country.

Flight prices include taxes and fees and are based on payment by Visa Debit card which does not attract a fee. When completing your booking a payment processing fee of 1.8% for MasterCard and Visa and 3.5% for American Express applies. Note a fare is subject to change until a ticket is issued.