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Transportation in Montserrat


The completion of Gerald's Airport allowed for the resumption of regular commercial airline service to Montserrat for the first time since 1997, when W. H. Bramble Airport, which had been the island's only aviation gateway, was completely destroyed by an eruption of the nearby Soufriere Hills volcano. The airport's name was changed in July 2008 to honour John Osborne, long-standing Chief Minister of Montserrat.

The port is located 1½ half miles from Brades.

Montserrat is favourably located in proximity to the markets of North and South America.

The settlement of the North has resulted in construction of new roads in order to facilitate development of this area. There is currently a road expansion programme; the need for new roads in the North to meet increasing demand.


Airports : 2 (2010)
Airports - with paved runways : total: 2
under 914 m: 2 (2010)
Roadways : note: volcanic eruptions that began in 1995 destroyed most of the 227 km road system; a new road infrastructure has been built on the north end of the island (2008)
Ports and terminals : Little Bay, Plymouth




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