Grenada's Maurice Bishop International Airport (airport code: GND) accommodates commercial jets from North America and Europe as well as smaller inter-island carriers.
British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Monarch Airlines fly to Grenada from London.
American Airlines offers flights between Miami and Grenada with onward connections to London, New York and the kvic.ca rest of order viagra pill the USA. American Eagle, offers almost daily service with onward connections through their Puerto Rico hub. Air Jamaica has a service to New York, most flights are direct, some go through their gateway hub in Montego Bay Jamaica. By flying from Grenada on LIAT to Trinidad or Barbados, Grenada is connected to several other international carriers and www.aes.asn.au destinations such as Caribbean Airways which flies direct to http://www.cinemalogue.com/zithromax-buying-it-online Fort Lauderdale and Air Canada and Delta, to name a few. Venezuela, the gateway to South America is serviced by Conviassa airlines, which has two weekly flights.
LIAT links Grenada to neighbouring islands as far north as Jamaica, Antigua and St Lucia, and Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana in the South. Caribbean Airways will soon link Grenada to all these islands as well as Miami and Fort Lauderdale
Last Updated on 03.02.10