Airports in Trinidad and Tobago
Piarco International Airport (POS)
Piarco International Airport, is about 32km (20mi) southeast of the city of Port of Spain, about a US$20 taxi ride. Allow some travel time depending on the time of the day. Have extra time when going to Port of Spain during the morning hours, and leaving to the airport in the evening hours.. Piarco International Airport has a 24 hour information booth located in the airport's Atrium. Our specially trained and friendly Customer Service Representatives are eager to serve you.
Sufficient short and long term parking is located in front of the terminal building. The fees for parking are TT$ 5.00 (US$ 0.80) per hour and TT$ 36.00 (US$ 5.70) per day.
Getting to the City
Transport to the city is operated by the Airport Taxi Driver's co-operative. Bookings for the service should be made with the Dispatcher at the Custom's Exit.
Seven car rental agencies operate at the airport. These are Auto Rentals, Singh's, Southern Sales, Sue's Auto Rentals, Kalloo's, Econo and Thrifty.
The First Citizen's Bank T&T Ltd operates a Bureau de Change at the airport, open from 6am to 10pm daily. There are also ATMs available. Restaurants are open 24 hours a day. There are 30 different duty free shops as well as several convenience and speciality stores, including a music store. The airport offers free wi-fi.
Departure Tax of TT$ 100 (200 from 1-June-2012) (about US$ 16 (US$ 32 from 1-June-2012)) for all passengers leaving T&T. The Tax is included in your ticket price.
Tel: +868 669 4868.
Crown Point International Airport
ANR Robinson International Airport (TAB)
Formerly known as Crown Point International Airport, Tobago's main airport is now saddled with the long-winded name of Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson International Airport. Less popular than Trinidad's Piarco International Airport, the facility is small and as basic as they come with nothing to offer beyond a couple of restaurants and souvenir shops.
Located 6.8 miles (11km) from the island's capital, Scarborough, the airport offers limited flights to other Caribbean cities and major cities like New York and London.
The airport is situated seven miles (10km) from Scarborough, Tobago.
Getting to the City
There is an hourly bus service to and from Crown Point International Airport. Taxis are also available.
Tel: +868 669 8547.
Several local car rental agencies and Thrifty operate out of the airport.
The airport has a bank and ATM. Restaurant facilities are available between 6am and 10pm. There are duty free shops, a newsstand and a gift shop.
There is free parking at the airport, but only for 75 vehicles.
TT$100 (must be paid in local currency).
Flights to ANR Robinson International Airport are available on British Airways, Caribbean Airways, LIAT, Monarch, and Virgin Atlantic.
There is no wifi in the terminal building.
The airport has no business or conference facilities, however there are facilities in the Hilton Tobago Hotel, 2.5 miles (4km) east of the airport.
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