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Airports

Barbados

Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) (IATABGIICAOTBPB) is the international airport of Barbados, located in Seawell,Christ Church. It is the only designated port of entry for persons arriving and departing by air in Barbados and operates as a major gateway to the Eastern Caribbean. The airport has direct service to destinations in the United States, Canada, Central America, South America and Europe. In 2015, the airport was the 9th busiest airport in the Caribbean region and the 2nd busiest airport in the Lesser Antilles. The airport is also an important air-link for cruise ship passengers departing and arriving at the Port of Bridgetown, and a base of operations for the Regional Security System (RSS), and the Regional (Caribbean) Police Training Centre. The airport’s former name was Seawell Airport before being dedicated posthumously in honor of the first Premier of Barbados, Sir Grantley Herbert Adams in 1976. The airport’s time zone is GMT −4. http://www.barbados.org/airport/index.php#.V6IjS7grK00

 

Georgetown

Cheddi Jagan International Airport (IATAGEOICAOSYCJ), formerly Timehri International Airport, is the national airport of Guyana. The airport is located on the right bank of the Demerara River in the city of Timehri, 41 kilometres (25 mi) south of Guyana’s capital, Georgetown. http://www.cjairport-gy.com/

 

Haiti

Toussaint L’Ouverture International Airport (French: Aéroport International Toussaint L’Ouverture) (IATAPAPICAOMTPP) is an international airport located in Tabarre, a commune of Port-au-Prince in Haiti. The airport is currently the busiest in Haïti. http://pap.aan-haiti.com/

 

 Suriname

Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (IATAPBMICAOSMJP), also known as Paramaribo-Zanderij International Airport, and locally referred to simply as JAP, is an airport located in the town near of Zanderij, 45 kilometres (28 mi) south of Paramaribo. It is the larger of Suriname’s two international airports, (the other being Zorg en Hoop with scheduled flights to Guyana) and is operated by Airport Management, Ltd./ NV Luchthavenbeheer. http://www.japi-airport.com/

 

St-Maarten

Princess Juliana International Airport (IATASXMICAOTNCM) (also known as Saint Maarten International Airport) is the main airport on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, located on the Dutch side of the island in the country of Sint Maarten. In 2010, the airport handled 1,645,105 passengers and 60,870 aircraft movements. The airport is the major gateway for the smaller Leeward Islands, including Anguilla, Saba, St. Barthélemy and St. Eustatius. It is named after Juliana of the Netherlands, who as crown princess landed here in 1944, the year after the airport opened. The airport is perhaps best known for very low-altitude flyover landing approaches due to one end of its runway being extremely close to the shore and Maho Beach. http://www.sxmairport.com/