Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport
Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport (IATA: AXA, ICAO: TQPF) (formerly known as the Anguilla Wallblake Airport) is a small international airport located on the island of Anguilla, a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean. It is located very close to The Valley, the island's capital. Wallblake Airport is also a featured airport in one of the Flight Simulator X game demos. It has a small terminal with no jetways and is the only airport in Anguilla.
Clayton J. Lloyd
|Serves||The Valley (capital)|
|Location||The Valley, Anguilla|
|Elevation AMSL||127 ft / 39 m|
The airport became known as the "Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport" on 4 July 2010. Its namesake was the first Anguillan aviator and founded the first Anguillan air service, Air Anguilla, which was later renamed Valley Air Service. The airport houses the Anguilla Outstation of the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority.
Airlines and destinationsEdit
New jet serviceEdit
American Airlines has announced new, twice weekly nonstop jet service between its Miami (MIA) hub and Anguilla beginning on December 11, 2021 which will be operated by its American Eagle affiliate with Embraer ERJ-175 regional jets.
|Air Sunshine||Dominica–Douglas-Charles, Nevis, San Juan, St. Croix, St. Thomas, Tortola|
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