Antigua Airport Reviews


Antigua Airport Reviews

Antigua Airport also known as V. C. Bird International Airport (IATA: ANU, ICAO: TAPA) is located on the island of Antigua, 8 km (5.0 mi) northeast of St. John’s, the capital of Antigua and Barbuda.

The airport originally was operated by the United States Army Air Forces. It closed in 1949 as Coolidge Air Force Base and upon the closure it became a civil airport. It was known as Coolidge International Airport until 1985, when it was named in honor of Sir Vere Cornwall Bird (1910–1999), the first prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda.

In December 2005, the Antigua and Barbuda Millennium Airport Corporation announced it would invite tenders to construct the first phase of a new passenger terminal designed to serve the airport for 30 years. In 2012, they announced the construction of its second terminal.

The LIAT corporate headquarters, call centre, and customer relations departments are on the Antigua Airport property.


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Antigua Airport Official Website

Antigua / VC Bird International Airport Map

Antigua Airport Weather Forecast

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