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Cheap Flights to St. Vincent Argyle International Airport (SVD)

Opening on February 14, 2017, Argyle International Airport is the pride and joy of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This state-of-art international airport was built to replace Kingstown's E.T. Joshua Airport, which is now permanently closed. With its multi-million dollar construction, the government hopes to improve tourism to this tiny Caribbean nation, located just south of St. Lucia. If you're planning a trip to this island paradise, you can find cheap flights using Skyscanner.

Best Time to Book a Flight to St. Vincent and the Grenadines

There isn't a bad time to visit St. Vincent! Its climate is warm and tropical, and doesn't change much throughout the year. St. Vincent's rainy season last between May to November, so some travellers choose to avoid those months. In term of airfare prices, June is the best time to fly there, followed by April, May, September, and October. Use Skyscanner's Price Alert to stay updated on the cheapest times to book flights to Argyle International Airport. 

Airlines That Fly to Argyle International Airport

Due to the small size of St. Vincent's Argyle International Airport, only two domestic airlines fly out of this airport. They are LIAT and SVG Air. Collectively, these airlines serve a handful of nearby Caribbean nations, including Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, and St. Lucia.

What to Expect When Arriving at Argyle International Airport

St. Vincent's Argyle International Airport is located in a town called Argyle, on the island's southeast side. Resorts and hotels all offer pick-up services at the airport. So, contact their staff directly to arrange transportation upon your arrival. 

Airport Facilities

Since St. Vincent's Argyle International Airport is newly opened, not much is known about its facilities, services, or businesses. The airport does not currently have an official website. 

What to see and do in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

When tourists visit St. Vincent and the Grenadines, they mostly stay within their resorts. But this island nation is so much more than its white sand beaches, endless blue skies, and umbrella cocktails! Getting between the different islands is easily done by ferry or water taxi, so you should visit as many as possible. For tourist attractions in St. Vincent, you can celebrate the Carnival festival in July, see the views from Fort Charlotte, stroll around the Botanical Gardens, swim in the Tobago Cays, and climb up La Soufriere Volcano. Roadside barbecues offer Caribbean-style roast pork and chicken, which tastes even better with the local Hairoun beer. If you're looking to stay awhile, you can discover the best hotels in St. Vincent using Skyscanner.

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