Pôle Caraïbes

Guadeloupe Islands International Airport located in Les Abymes was inaugurated on April 14, 1996. Formerly named Pointe-à-Pitre – Le Raizet Airport and became Pôle Caraïbes Airport.

Composed of a Terminal for international destinations (T1) and a Terminal for regional destinations (T2) inaugurated on June 30, 2014.

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In 2022, T1 should undergo expansion and modernization work aimed at increasing the terminal's reception capacity and tending towards a substantial improvement in the level of service.

Among the airports of the Lesser Antilles, it ranks 2nd. The airport is connected to Basse-Terre and the Pointoise agglomeration via the National Road N11.


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  • 20 regular destinations
  • 2 passenger terminals, 1 cruise charter hall and 1 FRET terminal
  • 1 tertiary and hotel business area
  • 1 cargo area
  • 2,000 people work on the entire platform.
  • 3.1 million passengers: this is the annual passenger capacity
  • 32 shops and services including 6 bars and restaurants
  • 12 car rental companies
  • Terminal 1 – Level R2: For an early breakfast, a great thirst before boarding or a quick snack, 2 bars offer an assortment of pastries, sandwiches, snacks, sweets and miscellaneous beverages.
  • Terminal 1 – Mezzanine Level: In order to allow you to refresh yourself or taste traditional or refined dishes, several bars are at your disposal.
  • Terminal 2: A restaurant area offers pastries, sandwiches and cold and hot drinks.

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