The revelation comes from Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London.
Mr London said he wants to put the people of Tobago on notice that there will not be a new airport terminal except there are significant changes in the physical infrastructure to facilitate it and in order to have the kind of a modern terminal with the capacity for an increase in passengers for the year that would move from one million annually to about 3.5 million people.
He said the proposal has met with “a certain degree of consensus” from the Assembly and will now go to the Airports Authority’s board and, the Ministry and subject to further discussion before it is presented to the public for comment.
He disclosed that the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago made a presentation of the project recently THA.
The Assembly’s representative on the AATT board is Joseph Granville.