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Airport to open up direct routes to Europe for Caribbean island

Airport to open up direct routes to Europe for Caribbean island "Currently, St.Vincent & The Grenadines is accessible via Antigua/Barbados with British Airways or Virgin, followed by a half hour flight with LIAT airways.
The terminal building will have approximately 5,000sqm of floor space, and be able to accommodate up to one million passengers per year.
The Hon Glen Beache, minister of tourism, youth and sports for St. Vincent & The Grenadines, said: 'This is a very exciting time for us, with the development of our tourism infrastructure and the new airport, enabling us to offer an improved experience for our steadily growing number of visitors, by providing easier airline access to the country.'"

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