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Grenada Airports Authority

The Grenada Airports Authority (GAA) is a statutory corporation, established by the
Parliament Act, CAP 12, Airports Authority Act, Revised Laws of Grenada of 1990.
The Authority is responsible for the management, control and supervision of the
operation of the airports in Grenada and for promoting their use in the national interest.
Grenada has three airports:

  • Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA) - (Prefix: IATA – GND / ICAO – TGPY);
  • Lauriston Airport - (Prefix: IATA – CRU / ICAO – TGPZ);
  • Pearls Airport (Currently non-operational) - (Prefix: ICAO – TGPG).

GAA's head office is located at the Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA), Point
Salines. All administrative and maintenance support to its facilities are directed from
this location.
MBIA is Grenada’s principal gateway to the world; hence one of the GAA’s main
functions is to keep the airport in optimum operating condition for the provision of
efficient services to passengers, tourists and the general public. It provides a wide range
of services and facilities, which are divided into three distinct groups: essential
operational services, traffic-handling and commercial activities.

To provide safe, secure, efficient and profitable world class airport facilities and services, consistent with international standards through a highly skilled and committed workforce in support of the economic development of Grenada.


    • To provide adequate capacity for the aircraft and their passengers, air cargo and vehicle movements in a safe environment;
    • To provide for and facilitate passengers, operators and staff convenience;
    • To ensure continued financial viability;
    • To ensure that physical development plans are flexible allowing for future expansion.

    To be a leader in providing world class airport facilities and services in the Caribbean.
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