Saint Lucia is an island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea, which is part of the Lesser Antilles. Tourism plays a vital role in the economic growth and development of this small island, which accounts for it having two airports in such a small landmass. The two airports: Hewanorra International Airport (UVF), in Vieux Fort at the remote southern tip of the island, and George FL Charles Airport (SLU), which is located near Castries – St Lucia’s capital city. Scheduled international flights land at Hewanorra, which has a longer runway, while flights from within the Caribbean and charters generally land at the more central George FL Charles Airport. Some of the airlines that service this island include Air Caraïbes, LIAT and British Airways, while FlyMontserrat and Inter Caribbean Express provide charter flights. The Saint Lucia Air And Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) is the body responsible for running the island's two principal airports and seaports, as well as the smaller points of entry - Soufriere, Marigot and Rodney Bay Marina.
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