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|GND > CRU||Grenada||One way $154EC|
|to Carriacou||Return $295EC|
|GND > UNI||Grenada||One way $388EC|
|to Union Island||Return $692EC|
|CRU > GND||Carriacou||One way $154EC|
|to Grenada||Return $295EC|
|UNI > GND||Union Island||One way $335EC|
|to Grenada||Return $717EC|
|To book please contact us at:|
|Tel: +1 (473) 444-3549 / 1475|
SVG AIR Grenada Route Map
Flight Services We Offer:
As a small regional airline we are able to offer a level of personal service that is rarely encountered in modern times. This includes a company representative greeting you upon your international arrival, meeting your pilot, and knowing our names.
Visiting the islands very often means encountering “island time”. On vacation this reminds us to relax and take it easy however, when traveling this can be frustrating and costly. Our scheduled service consistently runs on time and is not run by “island time”.
Aircraft charter services put you in control without the risk of lost baggage or lengthy delays that will conflict with your demanding schedule or ruin your well deserved holiday.
Our fleet includes short takeoff and landing aircraft that enable you to fly directly to any island with an airport.
Surprisingly, taking into account aircraft type and number of passengers traveling, a private aircraft charter can actually be quite affordable. It is advisable to consider chartering an aircraft if your group is six people or more.
With over 20 years experience flying our own aircraft between island nations in the Caribbean our FBO team has the experience and knowledge to meet the strict demands required of an FBO service.
We offer a full range of services including: aerial photography, aircraft charters, boat charters, fuel, maintenance and engineering services, ground handling, aircraft storage, personnel accommodations, and more....
Our free baggage allowance is 44lbs/20kgs per passenger. Individual bags must not exceed this weight. All hand luggage and small bags must be checked in as they will not be allowed in the cabin. Bags weighing more than fifty (50) lbs will be considered HEAVY and may need repacking. Excess baggage is charged at a rate of $5EC per kg. Back to top.
"Dangerous goods" is a term used to describe any substance accepted for air transport that has the potential to cause harm to persons, property (ie. the aircraft), or the environment or to distract the crew from its primary duty of handling the aircraft. Dangerous goods cover a wide range of liquids, solids, and gases, some of which are obviously hazardous; others are seemingly harmless until training and investigation expose their underlying dangers. Oftentimes, these seemingly harmless substances include the industrial chemicals, tools, and maintenance/repair equipment that our frequent customers carry on board to perform maintenance/repair functions at satellite business locations throughout the Grenadines.
SVG Air is not qualified to handle or transport dangerous goods, it has ceased the acceptance of these goods for transport.
Although you may be travelling short distance between small islands when moving between countries in the Antilles it will be considered international travel and should be treated as such. This means travelling with a passport, obtaining visas where appropriate, and ensuring you have a return passage.
When travelling with us please ensure you have appropriate identification for your travel. This includes passports for international travel and/or government issued identification for travel within a nation. Back to top.
Our home is considered paradise because of both the geography and the fact that you will be getting away from it all. Getting away from it all includes getting away from massive airports with multiple terminals flying massive aircraft. We operate small airplanes that fly into small airports located on small islands. These cozy planes may provide a fun ride at times but that is part of the experience and they will take you directly to that small island. Back to top.