FS2004 – Canouan Scenery (TVSC) in east Caribbean. Canouan Island is one of the middle islands in the chain known as St Vincent and the Grenadines, between Mustique and Union Island. Canouan is around 5 miles long and shaped like a hook, with a resident population of 1200. There has been major touristic development on the island since the early 1990’s and the island now has paved roads, electricity, and desalinated water along with the two tourist developments that include a golf course. The airport is at the southern end of the island and the runway has been extended to 5875 feet on reclaimed land, making Canouan the jet airport for the Grenadines. The airport apron has been extended to accommodate jets. This scenery shows the runway completed, and the apron work and expansion of the terminal building still in progress. Jet flights have just started and the AI has two international flights, on Wednesday and Saturday, both by American. By Roger Wensley.