Your Guide to Arriving at Belize’s International Airport

Your Guide to Arriving at Belize's International Airport

International flights to Belize arrive at the Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) located in Ladyville, about 10 miles from Belize City. The airport is easy to navigate as it has only one terminal and one runway. This guide will give you all the information you need to make your trip through the airport a breeze. The airport’s phone number is +(501) 225-2045.

Airlines flying to Belize

The following airlines fly into the Philip Goldson International Airport:
– Air Canada Rouge
– American Airlines
– Delta Airlines
– Southwest Airlines
– United Airlines
– WestJet
– Maya Island Air
– Tropic Air
– Copa Airlines
-JetBlue
-Sun Country
– TACA – Avianca El Salvador
– TAG – Transportes Aereos Guatemaltecos

Travel within Belize is possible via Tropic Air and Maya Island Air, as well as via bus and water taxi services.

Tourists over age 11 are required to pay a departure tax of $59.25 when leaving the country.

Arrival at BZE

As the airplane prepares for landing, enjoy gorgeous views of the coast and mangroves. If you fill out your paperwork before landing, you will save time. Brace yourself when you see the Belize river as the landing will be hard and fast.

Since there are no jetways, you’ll deplane onto the tarmac. Sometimes being in the back of the aircraft works to your advantage, both front and back doors may be used.

The ground crew will guide you to the terminal. Make sure to have your passport and travel documents ready for Immigration. There is a Belize Tourism Board office at the end of the hall where you can find free maps, brochures, and travel guides.

Immigration

You must have a valid passport. Visitors from North America don’t need a visa and should use one of the left lines.

Baggage Claim and Customs

Your longest wait will probably be at Baggage Claim, as two carousels serve all flights. If you don’t see your bag, you can check out the duty-free shops while you wait.

Once you have your bags, go through customs. If you have nothing to declare, there is a line for you that will move faster. Otherwise, customs inspectors will examine your luggage.

Overall, the entire process of deplaning can take as long as an hour, so make sure to allocate at least that amount of time if you have to catch a connecting flight or other transportation.

Your Guide to Arriving at Belize International Airport

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