Tag Archives: Argyle International Airport


The Argyle International Airport (AIA) celebrates one year of operations on February 14th 2018. To mark this first anniversary, some Aviation enthusiasts, based in London and San Francisco with family ties in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, has funded what appears to be one of the most spectacular LED Chandeliers in the region. The Chandelier… Continue Reading →


A five-member delegation from the Republic of China on Taiwan will pay a one-day state visit to the country today. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce, Sir Louis Straker will officially welcome the delegation at the Argyle International Airport. The delegation will be led by His Excellency, David Tawei Lee,… Continue Reading →

Airport Opening

Thousands of persons turned out at Argyle yesterday, to witness the historic official opening of the Argyle International Airport, the largest capital project to be implemented here. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves expressed elation with the completion of the Airport, as he addressed the large gathering. Dr. Gonsalves outlined the steps taken on the journey… Continue Reading →

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves And Officials From The Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority To Land At The Argyle International Airport Tomorrow On A Test Flight

The Argyle International Airport project will move to another phase tomorrow, when officials from the Government and the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority, ECCCAA will carry out a Test Flight at the Airport site. The ECCAA Officials will go through their routine at Argyle in relation to the approach to the airstrip and the operation… Continue Reading →

CMO’s Scientific Officer Says Cross Winds Not A Treat

The Caribbean Meteorological Organization (CMO) does not anticipate that there will be any problems with cross winds at the Argyle International Airport. That’s according to Mr. Glendol DaSouza, CMO’s Scientific Officer. Mr. DaSouza gave the assurance as he discussed a Wind Study commissioned by the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the Argyle… Continue Reading →

The Importance of the Argyle International Airport Project

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Camillo Gonsalves, has pointed to the vital importance of the Argyle International Airport Project, to the development of the tourism product of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Minister Gonsalves explained why an International Airport is needed, as he contributed to debate on the Economic Diversification Loan Authorization Bill, which was passed… Continue Reading →