Tobago Flights & Ferry Services: Getting to Tobago
A detailed guide to air services to Tobago from the UK, Europe and North America and the T&T Ferry
With the exception of cruise line passengers, who might stop in Scarborough port for a few hours, visitors and holidaymakers are most likely to arrive in Tobago by air service, either direct or via Port Of Spain in Trinidad, or possibly by the inter-island ferry from Port Of Spain.
There are still very few direct flights to Tobago's A.N.R.Robinson International Airport (previously known as Crown Point International (TAB). Fortunately, Trinidad's Piarco InternationalAirport (POS) benefits from a wide range of regional and international flights. A regular airbridge service handles the 25-minute transfer between the two islands. A frequent inter-island air-bridge service transports passengers between the twin islands and the inter-island ferry service will be of interest to some travellers.
The following map shows all current long-haul flights to Tobago, either direct or via Trinidad. Click on any of the cities shown to see further information and help you in your search for cheap air fares to Trinidad and Tobago. Hold your mouse pointer over any other country or region to see a summary of services from that location. We currently carry information for flights to Tobago from the UK with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic; European flights to Tobago with Condor; and flights to Tobago from North America with American Airlines (AA) and Caribbean Airlines.
Passengers departing from the UK (Gatwick) may well wish to consider overnight accommodation near the airport as most flight to Tobago have early-morning check-ins.
Further information about Tobago's A.N.R.Robinson International Airport is available here.
Trinidad-Tobago Ferry Service
Full details of the main inter-island ferry service between Port Of Spain and Scarborough are available here.