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TROPICAL STORM ELSA NOW UPGRADED TO HURRICANE ELSA
Argyle Gardens, July 2, 2021. Tropical Storm Elsa has now intensified to a Hurricane. A Hurricane Warning is now in effect and it is expected that the system would pass over or near St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The Argyle International, J. F. Mitchell, Canouan and Union Island airports would remain closed for the rest of today and normal operations would resume tomorrow July 3, 2021.
All persons who were scheduled to travel on July 2, 2021, are reminded to contact their respective airlines for further travel advice.
Chief Executive Officer
AIA SHUTS DOWN OPERATIONS PENDING TROPICAL STORM ELSA
Argyle Gardens, July 1, 2021. The Argyle International Airport (AIA) Inc. hereby informs the General Public that the following airports will be closed tomorrow July 2, 2021 due to the expected impact of Tropical Storm Elsa:
- Argyle International Airport
- F. Mitchell Airport
- Canouan Airport
- Union Island Airport
All persons scheduled to travel on July 2, 2021, are urged to contact their respective airlines for further travel advice.
Another update on airport operations will be issued by 9:00am tomorrow.
Chief Executive Officer
Protocols For The Entry of FULLY VACCINATED Travellers to St. Vincent & the Grenadines
CLICK HERE to access the PDF version of the MOST RECENT PROTOCOLS FOR VACCINATED TRAVELLERS TO SVG: http://www.svg-airport.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/PROTOCOL-FOR-THE-ENTRY-OF-FULLY-VACCINATEDTRAVELLERS-TO-ST.-VINCENT-AND-THE-GRENADINES-–-15JAN2022.pdf
Protocols For The Entry of Unvaccinated Travellers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines
APPROVED AIA TAXI OPERATORS
CLICK HERE to access the PDF version of the MOST RECENT PROTOCOLS FOR TRAVELLERS TO SVG: http://svg-airport.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/SVG-Health-Services-Subcommittee-Protocol-for-Travelers-to-SVG-10_08_2021-edited.pdf
AIA’s Protective Measures Against COVID-19
Approved Accommodations for Quarantine
Some COVID-19 Tips Provided by The Ministry of Health
Information on Caribbean Airlines
Due to restrictions in some of their destination airports, Caribbean Airlines’ new schedule into AIA is as follows:
Wednesdays and Sundays: ETA – 10:30am (from Grenada), ETD – 11:25am (to Barbados)
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays: ETA – 6:00pm (from Barbados), ETD – 6:55pm (to Grenada)
For more information, please visit their website at www.caribbean-airlines.com.
Information on American Airlines
American Airlines resumed flights on Saturday July 11th, 2020. For more information, visit American Airlines’ website at http://www.aa.com.
Information on LIAT
Liat wishes to advise that due to thw impact of COVID-19, all passenger and cargo services are suspended until further notice. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.liat.com.
Information on Air Canada
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, effective March 30th, 2020, Air Canada suspended its operations. However, Air Canada resumed its weekly schedule on Thursday July 23rd, 2020. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.aircanada.ca
Argyle Gardens, Friday June 29, 2018
On Saturday June 30, 2018, the Argyle International Airport (AIA) will be implementing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) procedures for traveling with powder-like substances on flights departing St. Vincent to the United States of America. Powder-like substances are described as fine dry particles produced by the grinding, crushing or disintegration of a solid substance.
Travelers with powder-like substances and granular material over 350 millilitres (12 ounces) will be required to place them in their checked luggage and not to place them in their carry-on bags. Examples of powder-like substances are flour, sugar, ground coffee, spices, powdered milk, baby powder, foot powder, cooking powder, bath salt, sea salt, sand, and cosmetics among others. Baby formula, medically necessary powders and/or human remains are not included.
Passengers are to place powder-like substances over 350 millilitres (12 ounces) in their checked bags, to reduce the chance of aviation security authorities having to dispose of the items at the checkpoint and/or gate.
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