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SVG Grenada Air has announced the launch of an additional Twin Otter aircraft that will connect passengers travelling between Grenada, Carriacou and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

This aircraft will strengthen the reliability of the service between these islands, the airline said.

“The government of Grenada and SVG Grenada Air are thrilled with the introduction of this additional aircraft to the Grenada/Carriacou service. This Twin Otter aircraft has 19 seats, is registered as J8-GND and aims to provide our valued customers with more options and easier access to their desired destinations,” the airline said.

 The flight schedule has been strategically designed to cater to the needs of both business and leisure travelers, offering departures on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

TimeRoute
8:00St. Vincent to Carriacou
8:40Carriacou to Grenada
9:15Grenada to Carriacou
16:00Carriacou to Grenada
16:30Grenada to Carriacou
Carriacou to St. Vincent

This ensures that passengers have a wide range of options to suit their travel plans and with this aircraft the possibility of introducing a daily service is being evaluated.

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“The government understands the importance of providing affordable travel options without compromising on quality. Our flight route offers competitive pricing, making it easier for travelers to experience these incredible destinations without breaking the bank.

“By partnering with SVG Grenada Air, the government of Grenada aims to provide passengers with a high level of service, reliability, and comfort throughout their journey.”

3 replies on “SVG Grenada Air announces additional aircraft connecting Grenada, Carriacou, SVG”

  1. Shermin Emmanuel says:

    This will work fine for me I have families in both St. Vincent and Grenada. Congratulations and much success!

  2. If only the afternoon flight was a bit later so there can be a connection from JetBlue which arrives from NY at 4:00 pm.

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