Barbados Pocket Guide

Grantley Adams International Airport

Grantley Adams International Airport

Talk about last minute duty-free shopping, then you'll want to talk about Barbados' Grantley Adams International Airport. This airport has come from a humble grassfield back in 1939 and has developed over the years into the ultra-modern facility that graces our shores and welcomes all to the beautiful and intriguing island of Barbados.

 

The Barbados Airport has a new arrivals building containing immigration - duty free shopping - baggage hall - customs - and a location for tour operators and offices for government departments at the airport.

 

Restaurants

Our expanded airport terminal will feature two food areas: The Landside Food Court and the Airside Food Court.

 

The Landside food court contains a Bar (Banks Pub), a coffee bar (Café Blue) and a local fast food restaurant (Cheffette).

 

The Airside Food Court will contain four food counters operated by two different operators: The counters will be:

• Island Grill
• Island Grab and Go (Sandwiches)
• Asia Express (Asian Food)
• The Gourmet Pasty Co

 

The Airside Food Court will also contain a bar (Gate Zero Bar) and a coffee bar (Christophes)

 

Duty Free Shopping

Duty free Shops are located in the passenger terminals of the Grantley Adams International Airport. Tourists may purchase duty free items at any of these stores. There is an in-bound duty free shop in the Arrivals Terminal at the Airport.

 

Travellers may purchase their duty free allowances on arrival. (See section under Concessions and Allowances). When making purchases at duty free shops other than at Ports of Entry, visitors are required to produce their travel documents, including the departure section of their immigration cards.

 

The following shops are or will be available at the Grantley Adams Duty Free Shopping Concourse:

• Columbian Emeralds
• Biway Book Store
• Diamonds International
• Bijoux Terner
• West Indies Cricket Memorabilia
• The Refinery Liquor Store
• Best Of Barbados
• Ganzee (Souvenirs)
• Perfumes and Cosmetics
• Leather and Luggage

 

We also have a confectionery store, a convenience store with the addition of many more stores in the near future.

 

Dutiable Goods

Travellers are required to pay customs duties and taxes on all dutiable goods. Duties and taxes must also be paid on all items in excess of your personal Customs Allowance (See Sections under Concessions and Allowances). Duties and taxes, if applicable, are normally charged on the Transaction Value of the imported goods, i.e, the price actually paid for them. Where there is no identifiable value declared, such as in the case of a gift, Customs reserve the right to value the item(s).



Where goods are dutiable, ad valorem or specific rates may be applied. An ad valorem rate is a percentage of the assessed value of the imported goods such as 20 %. A specific rate is a specified amount per unit of weight or other quantity such as $ per kg.

 

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Last modified on Wednesday, 13 July 2011 20:28

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