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List of airports in the Caribbean

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List of airports in the Caribbean

List of airports in Caribbean.

The following categories contain lists of all Caribbean airports with WorldHeritage articles:

Some Caribbean airports without articles can be found in the following manually maintained lists:

List of airports in Anguilla, sorted by location.

Anguilla

Country LOCATION ICAO IATA AIRPORT NAME COORDINATES Active/Non Active usage
 Anguilla The Valley TQPF AXA Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport Active

Barbados

Country LOCATION ICAO IATA AIRPORT NAME COORDINATES Active/Non Active usage
 Barbados Seawell (Christ Church, Barbados) TBPB BGI Grantley Adams International Airport Active
 Barbados Bridgetown TBPO Bridgetown Heliport Non-Active

Bermuda

Country LOCATION ICAO IATA AIRPORT NAME COORDINATES Active/Non Active usage
 Bermuda St. David's Island TXKF BDA L.F. Wade International Airport Active

Montserrat

Country LOCATION ICAO IATA airport codwervea e AIRPORT NAME COORDINATES Active/Non Active usage
 Montserrat Gerald's Park TRPG MNI John A. Osborne Airport Active
 Montserrat Plymouth Formerly TRPM Formerly MNI W.H. Bramble Airport Non-Active

Trinidad and Tobago

Country LOCATION ICAO IATA AIRPORT NAME COORDINATES Active/Non Active usage
 Trinidad and Tobago Chaguaramas Camden Heliport Active
 Trinidad and Tobago Scarborough TTCP TAB Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson International Airport Active
 Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain TTPP POS Piarco International Airport Active

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