Located just 8 miles (15km) from Scarborough, Tobago’s capital, Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson International Airport (TAB) – formerly known as Crown Point International Airport – is the Caribbean island of Tobago’s sole air transport hub. Not as popular as Piarco International Airport (located on the other isle of the twin-island republic, Trinidad), it is nevertheless a convenient access-point for Caribbean holidays.
Flights to Tobago via ANR Robinson International Airport (as it is commonly known) are irregular and limited – mainly consisting of connections to London, and to other Caribbean destinations such as Grenada and Barbados.
ANR Robinson International Airport is a very basic, informal kind of airport – perfectly in harmony with the relaxed, sanguine attitude to life that characterizes the island at large. There are, currently, major plans for renovation and improvement at the airport (forming part of the Vision 2020 program) – but, as you’d guess, things are happening slowly.