St. Vincent and the Grenadines, comprising a string of 32 islands in the southern Caribbean, is investing $240 million in a new international airport that it hopes will be "a game-changer" driving a major increase in air traffic to the tropical destination. Speaking to ATW last month at the World Route Development Forum in Vancouver, SVG Tourism Minister Glen Beache said that while the island nation's tourism industry is "growing by leaps and bounds," visitors ...

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