Tag Archives: Argyle International Airport


Organizers of the Renewal at Forty activities say a ninety-foot  flag will be placed at the Argyle International Airport, as celebrations continue here to mark this country’s 40th Anniversary of Independence. That was disclosed by Julian “Pilling” Pollard – a member of the Renewal at Forty Decorating Committee. Mr. Pollard special attention is being given… Continue Reading →


Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries Saboto Caesar said the Argyle International Airport has facilitated a dramatic transformation in the export of fish from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He made the point as he addressed the Prize-Giving Ceremony for the 2019 Fisherman’s Day Competition, at the Kingstown Fish Market on Monday. Minister Caesar said… Continue Reading →


The Ministry of Tourism Sports and Culture, would be hosting a News Conference and Welcome Reception at the Argyle International Airport this afternoon to welcome home Vincentian Entertainer, Gamal Skinny Fabulous Doyle. Skinny Fabulous made history in Trinidad and Tobago by winning this year’s Road March Title with the song “Famalay” which was done in… Continue Reading →


Heads of Government from five Caribbean Countries attended a meeting on the Regional Airline, LIAT, was held here is St. Vincent and the Grenadines Saturday. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves chaired the Meeting at the Argyle International Airport from about 10:30 on Saturday morning. The Prime Minister said discussions will be held regarding funding alternatives… Continue Reading →


Two Data Gathering Systems will donated to the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines this week to support its Climate Change Adaptation Project. The CARICOM Climate Change Centre in association with the USAID Eastern and Southern Office will hand over Automatic Weather Stations and a Coral Reef Early Warning System station to the Government… Continue Reading →


The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Authority is looking forward to a visit from the President of Air Canada Rouge, who is expected here next month. Chief Executive Officer of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Authority, Glen Beache revealed this information during a News Conference yesterday. Mr. Beache said the Air Canada… Continue Reading →


The Argyle International Airport (AIA) has implemented the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) procedures for travelling with powder-like substances on flights departing St. Vincent to the United States of America. The procedures were implemented with effect from last Saturday June 30th. Powder-like substances are described as fine dry particles produced by the grinding, crushing or disintegration… Continue Reading →