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Piarco International Airport


Cargo Airport in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

City Port of Spain Country/Region Trinidad and Tobago (TT)

Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield)

Hub for M6 / BW
Latitude 10.5954 Longitude -61.3372
Time Zone -04:00 Phone Number +1 868-669-4880

Piarco International Airport (IATA code: POS, ICAO code: TTPP) is an international airport serving the island of Trinidad and is one of two international airports in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located 30 kilometers (19 miles) east of Downtown Port of Spain, in the adjacent town of Piarco. It is the seventh busiest airport in the Caribbean in terms of passengers served and third busiest in the English-speaking Caribbean, after Sangster International Airport and Lynden Pindling International Airport.

The airport has two terminals. The south terminal was once the passenger terminal for the airport but has been renovated to serve as an executive terminal. It serves cargo flights, general aviation and helicopter flights. It has fourteen parking positions as well as light aircraft parking. In addition, it has the Airports Administration Centre, the head office of the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago.

The North terminal is the main passenger terminal. It handles all the commercial passenger airline traffic. Consisting of 35,964 square meters (387,110 square feet) of building with 14 second-level aircraft gates for international flights and 2 ground-level domestic gates, it can handle peak-hour passenger traffic of 1,500 processing passengers through a fully computerised immigration system. The overall layout of the building consists of three main elements: a landside core structure, a single-level duty-free shopping mall, and a 2-level 'Y' shaped concourse. 100-foot (30 m) cathedral ceilings and glass walls provide passengers and other visitors to the North Terminal with a sense of open space and magnificent views of the Piarco savannah and the nearby Northern Range mountains. The public atrium has the largest glass dome in the Caribbean.

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