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March 28, 2020 - CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

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March 16, 2020 -

Glasgow International Airport: All Air Transat flights are now operating from Terminal 1.

Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport: All Air Transat flights will operate from Terminal 1 until March 29, 2020. However, the flights departing on March 30 and 31 will operate from Terminal 2A.

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Cheap flights from Toronto to St. Maarten - Fly direct!

  • Mar 2020 - Nov 2020

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  • Flight from Toronto to Philipsburg, December 2020 best price: $698, departure on 2020-12-01, return on 2020-12-01. Press enter to book.

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The best of St. Maarten


The half-French, half-Dutch island.

Once a refuge for the many pirates who frequented the Caribbean Sea, St. Martin/St. Maarten is now shared between France, on the north side, and the Netherlands, on the south side. This island of multiple personalities, with a tumultuous history, is home to people of many different backgrounds, including British, Haitian, Guadeloupian, Dominican, French and Dutch. The open-air market will charm foodies, while history buffs will love the Creole architecture in Marigot, the capital.


Not to be missed

  • Beaches: Relaxing on a beach is a popular pastime for travellers to St. Maarten, and Simpson Bay is a great place to start. For those looking for a bit more seclusion, the white sands of Guana Bay hit the mark while a stop at Maho Beach is memorable mostly for the airplanes that fly directly overhead as they approach the landing strip that is unfathomably close to the water.

  • Pic Paradis: For a 360° view of St. Martin and its surroundings, you’ll have to hike up Pic Paradis, the highest point on the island. The scenery is simply breathtaking!

  • Fort Louis: Go hiking with friends to discover the ruins of this fort, built in 1767.

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