The Argyle International Airport project will go a step further today when officials of the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) carry out a test flight.
The ECCAA officials began going through their routine at Argyle this morning in relation to the approach to the airstrip and the operation of the navigational aids.
The aircraft is expected to depart E.T. Joshua airport at 3pm, with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, for the landing at Argyle.
Communications Officer at the International Airport Development Company (IADC), Jennifer Richardson-Herbert told WEFM that security at the Argyle International Airport will be beefed up today.
She is appealing to persons who will be going to Argyle to witness the landing of the aircraft to cooperate with the instructions from the police officers.
Mrs. Richardson-Herbert also briefly explained the objective of the test flight.