In the Caribbean there are several airports that allow you to travel from one destination to another. But not all Caribbean offer frequent flights from your home town. Here are the top 5 Caribbean airports that you may travel through.
1. Norman Manley International Airport
Located in Kingston, the Norman Manley International Airport is the main gateway to visit Jamaica and one of the top Caribbean airports. Nestles on the Palisadoes cape in southeast Jamaica, this airport also serves as the historical gateway to explore the legendary town of Port Royal. Centrally located within 30-minutes of fabulous hotels and Kingston’s business district, Norman Manley International Airport will surely please you with its convenient spot. In addition, to it perfect location; the airport has major airlines check-in counters for added conveniences. A Jamaican Tourist Board desk is also available to provide you with much needed information. Shops and nice restaurants are also on site to buy you souvenirs or the grab a bit when arrive or leaving.
2. Grantley Adams International Airport
Situated in Seawell, Christ Church, Grantley Adams Airport in Barbados is located about 30 minutes southeast of Bridgetown. Traversing millions of passengers yearly, this airport is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean. It has two terminal buildings that are covered by a clear ceiling that gives off a fantasy feel the moment you enter. During the day sun shines though the dreamy covering; while in the night the tropical allure comes shining through especially on a moonlit night. When you arrive at the Grantley Adams International Airport, the ticketing hall is sheltered as the convenient Barbados Tourism desk is ready to serve you with pride. Additionally, the arrivals hall has duty-free shops to buy amazing collectibles of the island while the departure area entices you a bit of Bajan before you leave. Visit the Chefette restaurant, Banks Bar or Café Blue Coffee Bar to taste the island just before ou hop on the plane.
3. Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Located about 5-miles from the heart of San Juan, in an area known as Isla Verde, the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport is served by most of the airlines from around the world. On the ocean edge lays this wonderful airport that allows you access to some of the most stunning places in Puerto Rico. Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is the island’s main international gateway and its main connection to the US. The airport offers quick access to San Juan, the island’s capital through the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge. A nice airport that is amazingly safe, there is Margaritaville and other small shops and restaurant providing quiet are for you to relax after or before you leave or arrive.
4. Las Americas International Airport, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Positioned to the east of Santo Domingo, Las Americas International Airport 20 minutes away from the heart of the city. In addition, economical coach bus is available to transport you to your destinations. This airport is the most central on the island, although small in size. Modern, convenient and comfortable with restaurants, shops and exchange counters throughout the airport. You will find many duty-free shops and cafés in the departure lounge, but note that most of them close by 7pm.
5. Piarco International Airport, Trinidad & Tobago
The main airport serving Trinidad and Tobago, Piarco International Airport is located in northern Trinidad in the town of Piarco. About 15-miles east of the capital city, Port of Spain, it is one of the top Caribbean airports that have one runway and two helipads and two terminals. Other than being a regular international airport, it handles all sort of traffic, from cargo to passengers and military. A large airport that accommodates some of the biggest air carrier, Piarco International Airport offer flights the island to and from other Caribbean islands, New York, Houston, Miami, London, Toronto and Curacao. Piarco International Airport offers restaurants, bars and cafes which is open all day from both terminals. In addition, duty free shops, ATMs, exchange counter and a bank provide a conveniently place to travel through.