St Johns Bird (ANU) Airport
St Johns Bird ANU Airport Overview
V.C. Bird Airport accounted for nearly 920,000 passengers in 2014. It is hub for Leeward islands Air Transport LIAT and is host to international airlines and charters. Caribbean Aviation offers services to St. Kitts and other Caribbean islands, while LIAT subsidiaries maintain desks at the terminal's arrivals and run services within the Leeward Islands. Direct flights from North America are available via San Juan or St. Martin. The flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico, takes one hour.
Current airlines at Antigua Bird Airport: Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Condor, Delta Airlines, LIAT (1974) Ltd, St Barth Commuter, ABM Air, Thomas Cook Airlines, Tradewinds Aviation, United Airlines, US Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airways and WestJet.
Note: JetBlue will start the 2015/16 winter season from JFK Airport in New York, while in December Alitalia starts service from Milan, Italy, and Seaborne Airline will offer direct service from San Juan, P.R.
The new PassengerTerminal at VC Bird International opened August 2015 with a total space of 23,000 sq.meters (more than twice the size of its old terminal right next to it, which will be used for administrative purposes). The new terminal offers WiFi service and houses 15 self-check-in & 46 check-in counters, 14 departure gates, 4 jet bridges, 5 baggage carousels, a baggage sorting & scanning system, CCTV security system, food court, cafes, 30 Dufry & other retail outlets, and even a pet 'restroom'.
The new and fully accessible Terminal is expected to become a major hub for Dominica, along with Barbados, St Maarten.
Lounges in the new terminal include a VVIP lounge, a VIP lounge and an Airport Executive Lounge with outdoor balcony & great views.
While the old terminal handled an average of 860,000 passengers a year, passenger count in the coming years is expected to rise considerably and the new terminal will easily handle the increase.
St. Johns , Ant
Antigua and Barbuda
- Website for St Johns Bird: http://www.antigua-barbuda.org/Agtsp01.htm
- Phone: 268 462 3466