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DEPARTURE FACILITIES at Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) have been expanded with the addition of a dedicated departure lounge for passengers from the cruise ship home-porting sector.

Minister of Tourism Kerrie Symmonds opened the $1.2 million lounge yesterday in the presence of several tourism industry stakeholders. The facility has a 450-seating capacity with marked seating for the disabled, and includes Departure Gates 14 and 16.

Inset, Symmonds (centre) cutting the ribbon to officially open the lounge. Looking on are chief executive officer of GAIA, Neville Boxill ( left), and GAIA, chairman Vic Fernandes. (GC)

(Pictures by Reco Moore.)

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