The Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados is the busiest and the most important airport in the Eastern Caribbean. It has been estimated that the airport handles about 2.3 million International and Caribbean travelers.
The Grantley Adams International Airport is situated in Seawell, Christ Church. The airport is located about 13Km east of the capital city, Bridgetown. Visitors can access the airport from the ABC Highway and can also be reached via the Highway 7 beside the southern coast. Formerly the airport was called as the Seawell Airport before being dedicated to Sir Grantley Herbert Adams in 1976.
The airport lies in the time zone of GMT-4 and has direct flights to places in the Canada, United States, South America, Central America and Europe. The airport has seen a lot of upgrade in the last five years accounting to about US$ 100 million. There have a number of facilities added to the airport and the design and layout has been changed to meet the increasing needs of international travelers.
No Prayer facilities
No Known Halal food outlets
The airport offers taxi services and is connected by, five taxiways and also two car parking services.
Travelers can avail include wireless Internet access, banking, duty-free shops and restaurants. Visitors can shop for jewelry, china, perfumes, crystal, shoes, cameras and clothing at the duty free shops.
Travelers can also visit the British Airways Concorde Museum, which is located to the east of the Sir Grantley Adams Airport. The museum is a part of the airport after the expansion.
The airport also has facilities for the disabled.