Named after Montserrat Chief Minister William Henry Bramble, the airport was located near the now-abandoned capital of Plymouth. The facility was destroyed in 1997 by an eruption of the nearby Soufriere Hills volcano. For several years afterwards, Montserrat had been only accessible by helicopters or boats until July 2005 when the new Gerald's Airport was completed on the north end of the island.
W.H. Bramble Airport was served by the following airlines :
and sometimes American Eagle Airlines
Montserrat comeback.(new Gerald's Airport under construction on the British Caribbean territory of Montserrat)(Brief Article)
Nov 01, 2003; Work is under way on the 2,000ft (600m) runway at the new Gerald's Airport under construction on the British Caribbean territory...