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Delta announces April 4 flight from Grenada to Atlanta
The U.S. Embassy in Grenada has worked with Delta airlines to arrange a commercial U.S. repatriation flight from Grenada to Atlanta on April 4 to return U.S. citizens in Grenada to the United States. American citizens wishing to reserve and pay for seats on this flight are advised to visit delta.com or call 1 (800) 221-1212. There is the chance that the timing of the flight could change based on the availability of aircraft, so please monitor your reservations.
MBIA To be Closed to All Commercial Traffic from Monday at 11:59 p.m.
The Government of Grenada announces that effective 11:59 p.m. on Monday, March 23 rd, 2020, and until further notice,
Live-on-board and pleasure boat passengers will not be permitted to come ashore
The Ministry of Health says effective immediately, liveon-board and pleasure boat passengers and crew will not be permitted to come ashore in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
GRENADA ISSUES ANOTHER TRAVEL ADVISORY
WARNING - AVOID NONESSENTIAL TRAVEL TO:IRAN, SOUTH KOREA, CHINA, USA, and EUROPE, INCLUDING THE UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
GRENADA ISSUES ANOTHER TRAVEL ADVISORY
Widespread respiratory illness, caused by a coronavirus (COVID-19), has been reported in Iran, South Korea, China, and Europe.
Grenada Cruise Ship Advisory - March 16, 2020

Grenada Cruise Ship Advisory - March 16, 2020,

The Grenada Airports Authority (GAA) assures the general public that it continues to uphold all national security and health protocols, as the country's preparedness  for the impact of COVID-19 moves into high gear.
Grenada Airports Authority clears the air on recent private flight into MBIA
The Grenada Airports Authority (GAA) assures the general public that it continues to uphold all national security and health protocols, as the country's preparedness  for the impact of COVID-19 moves into high gear.
Statement from the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation
The Public is hereby informed that the Ministry of Civil Aviation, (under which the Grenada Airports Authority falls) working closely with the Ministry of Health and international Civil Aviation Authorities, has strictly maintained all protocols with respect to the containment of the spread of the NOVEL CORONAVIRUS(COVID-19.)
St David to become Grenada’s second tourism capital
La Sagesse will include two luxury 5-star hotels
Numbers up for Spicemas
Trinidad and Tobago nationals visited the island for carnivals
After record arrival numbers in 2018, Grenada is showing strong results in 2019
GTA reports positive growth in total visitors arrival
Spice up your life: Why Grenada is a recipe for superyacht success
South of the hurricane belt and blessed with rum, chocolate and welcoming locals,
Grenada records more than 500,000 visitors in 2018
Grenada achieved a historic milestone in 2018 welcoming more than half a million visitors
Hotels in Grenada & Carriacou where style and affordability go hand-in-hand
Stayover visitors to Pure Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique from the U.S.,