A very basic "bare bones" airport. You check in at airline desk which is opposite the taxi rank. The only flight information you will see in the entire airport is at the check in desk. The cafeteria is before the security check and is up an external concrete staircase more commonly seen in a run down housing estate. The cafeteria seems to be reasonable enough but those unwise enough to fly BA Business Class are ushered into a room that BA have the effrontery to call a lounge. Its possibly the largest room (and I mean room) that BA could find. Its dimly lit ideal for those who choose to watch the football on the tv but not so convenient for those who choose to read. Furnished with darkwood furniture it has the appearance of a slightly worn 2* hotel from the fifties. The view through the window is into the seating area of the cafeteria nothing external. Drinks are brought by a a waiter from the bar outside and as for "nibbles" you help yourself to the few miserable offerings of cheese situated on a dresser. Virgin passengers have access to the "Sticky Wicket" over the road (this is a bar in the cricket club). Antigua is truly a wonderful country with people to match so don't judge the country by its airport.