Barbados is the leading airport for regional carrier LIAT.
That's according to information recently released by international airline network news and analysis website, Anna.aero.
It says Barbados features in six of the top twelve LIAT routes around the region.
Additionally, of the 14 airports typically served by LIAT on a weekly basis, Barbados is the largest in terms of departing weekly capacity and flights.
As a result it says the Grantley Adams International Airport will see 79 per cent more departing seats than the next largest airport, which is in Antigua.
According to Anna.aero, on average Barbados to St. Vincent is the largest route, accounting for 13 per cent of the airline's weekly two-way seats.
Meanwhile, the airline network news and analysis website also says despite some capacity cuts of recent years, LIAT has indicate that it plans to add three new routes, possibly starting as early as July.