Douglas–Charles Airport (DOM)

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Douglas–Charles Airport, also known as Melville Hall Airport and officially opened in 1961, is an airport serving Dominica island. It operates with caribbean destinations

Official Website: http://www.dominicaairports.com/dominica_melville_hall_airport/
Number of Terminals - 1 - 
Airlines: Air Antilles Express, Intercaribbean Airways, LIAT,  Seaborne Airlines
Annual passenger traffic: 
Tel. +1 767-445-7109

Location

The airport is located on the northeast coast of Dominica, 2 mi (3.2 km) northwest of Marigot.

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Car Rental Agencies on site

Island Car Rentals - Bonus Car Rental

 

Car rental search

Coffeeriver Cottages (0.5 km), Classique International in Dominica (2.4 km)

 

Booking accommodation

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ATM cash machines inside the terminal.

Food and Drinks - restaurant and bar
Shopping - There are duty free shops in the departures terminal with alcohol and tobacco. Souvenir shop with a wide range of local condiments as jams and jellies, and the locally made arts, craft items and souvenir t-shirts.
Baggage - For inconvenience with the luggage (lost or damage), contact to the airline.
Other services - 

 

Transportation from Melville Hall airport is easily available and tavelers can choose from taxi services, car rental services or public transport and there are shuttle services provided by specific establishments.

Taxi service rates are price controlled (by governing agencies) and list of scheduled prices to any location on island are always available, the recognized and accepted currencies are XCD, USD, CAD, EURO and PND.  The more commonly used is the US dollar. Most taxi operators do business in EC or US dollars.

 

The functional airport car park is located to the east of the main terminals and parking fees are very affordable. 

 

If you require special assistance, contact your airline at least 48 hours prior to your flight.