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St. Vincent’s main airport is the E. T. Joshua Airport in Arnos Vale, a short distance from Kingstown. This airport services international flights as well as flights to and from the Grenadines and other Caribbean destinations.

The major gateways to St. Vincent & The Grenadines from North America and Europe are Barbados, Grenada, Trinidad, St. Lucia, Martinique and Puerto Rico, with connecting flights to Bequia, Canouan, Mustique and Union Island.

Airlines From North America

Airlines From the UK & Europe

From the US
American Airlines, US Airways, Delta, Air Jamaica.

The main US cities with direct access are New York, Atlanta, Miami & Charlotte.

From Canada
Air Canada, WestJet.

From the UK
British Airways, Virgin Atlantic.

From Europe
Air France.

Approximate Flight Times to St. Vincent Leggi tutto...

Barbados – 30 minutes

Grenada - 30 minutes

Martinique – 45 minutes

St. Lucia – 20 minutes

Trinidad – 1 hour

Puerto Rico – 2 hrs 20 mins.

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Regional Caribbean Airlines
Regional airline operators with services to and from St. Vincent:

LIAT (1974) Ltd

P. O. Box 616, Kingstown
St. Vincent & The Grenadines

visit our website www.liat.com
e-mail us pattersond@liatairline.com

Tel (784) 457 1821
(784) 457 2000

SVG Island Connections

Canouan, Bequia, Mustique and Union Island all have small airports with daily scheduled service and charter flights to and from St. Vincent. These airports are serviced by the Grenadine Air Alliance which includes SVG Air, Mustique Airways and Trans Island Air. Canouan has a jetport that is serviced by SVG Air and American Eagle

Mustique Airways Ltd
E. T. Joshua Airport
P. O. Box 1232
St. Vincent & The Grenadines

visit our websitewww.mustique.com
e-mail usinfo@mustique.com
Tel: (784) 458 4380
Fax: 784 456 4586

E. T. Joshua Airport
P. O. Box 39
St. Vincent & The Grenadines

visit our websitewww.svgair.com
e-mail ussvgair@caribsurf.com

Tel: (784) 457 5777
Fax: 784 457 5077

Grenadine Air Alliance

visit our website www.grenadineairways.com
e-mail us res@grenadineairways.com

Caribbean Tel: (246) 418-1654
UK Tel: 44 (0) 1 895-450-710


Entry & Exit Requirements

Visitors to St. Vincent & The Grenadines must be in possession of a valid passport and a return or onward ticket. Visas are required from nationals of The Dominican Republic, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, The People's Republic of China, Iraq, Iran and Nigeria.

All visitors, with the exception of Caricom residents, are normally granted a four week stay by Immigration. To further extend this duration, visitors need to seek approval from the Immigration Department, along with payment of an extension fee of EC$25 per person.

As of May 2015 the EU signed short-stay visa waiver agreements to provide visa-free travel for EU citizens when travelling to St Vincent and the Grenadines, and for Vincentian citizens when travelling to the EU, for a period of stay of 90 days in any 180-day period. In order to benefit from visa-free travel, citizens from the EU and St Vincent and the Grenadines must be in possession of a valid ordinary, diplomatic, service/official or special passport. Visa-free travel applies to all categories of persons and for any kind of purposes of travel (for instance tourism, cultural visits, scientific activities, family visits, business etc.), except to persons travelling for the purpose of carrying out a paid activity. Ireland and the United Kingdom will not be subject to the application of the agreement, in accordance with the protocols annexed to the EU treaties. The visa regime to these member states remains subject to their national legislation.



Precautionary Measures Against Ebola Viral Disease

cautionlogoThe Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment has advised of the following measures in order to prevent the entry of Ebola Viral Disease into St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and has taken the following decisions with respect to persons coming from West Africa:
• Persons travelling to SVG from Guinea, Sierra Leone or Liberia or those who have visited any of the aforementioned countries during a 28 day period will not be allowed entry into SVG.
• Persons travelling to SVG from Nigeria or any other West African country or those who visited any of aforementioned countries during a 28 day period must present upon entry to SVG a negative PCR blood test result for Ebola (done not more than 7 days prior to leaving their home country to come to SVG) in order to be allowed entry into SVG.
The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment has further advised that before passengers are allowed to disembark from cruise ships, the following information MUST be forwarded to the Ministry of Health or its representative.
• Number of passengers on board
• Names of passengers
• Nationality, and travel history of each passenger (for the past 21 days )
• Information stating if passengers were ill in the previous 21 days with any of following symptoms: fever, weakness, muscle pain, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, bleeding, fainting episodes, fatigue, hiccups and loss of appetite.
If a passenger reports any of the above symptoms he/she will not be allowed to disembark.