Published on : Monday, May 21, 2018
The largest airline of the world would be launching its new flights between Miami International Airport and Argyle International Airport of St. Vincent on 22nd December, 2018.
Throughout the year, weekly Saturday flights would represent the first-ever flights via a United States-based air carrier to St. Vincent. Glen Beache who is the CEO of the SVG Tourism Authority mentioned that to have a direct service out of Miami that would turn out to be a game-changer for the country.
In fact this new airline service would make it much easier for visitors including the diaspora to vacation in the Grenadines and St. Vincent.
It would offer a boost for arrivals from the United States last year, the North American market accounted for nearly 42% of stayover visitors to the Grenadines. Until the country opened its new airport last year, reaching St. Vincent was generally accomplished by flying first to Barbados and then flying on a regional air carrier.
Currently the new airline service (along with new flights on carriers including Air Canada and Caribbean Airlines that makes it easier than before to reach the archipelago.
Canada’s Sunwing is also operating chartered service for the spring and summer.