I saw some aerial pictures of the Le Raizet airport on the island of Guadeloupe (French West Indies), and I wanted to know more about what is what there.
From what I can tell, the main passenger terminal is on the north side of the runway, with 5-6 stands for mainline jets. Do only mainline jets (i.e. Airbus and Boeing planes from the airlines coming into PTP) use these stands? Or are they also used by commuter planes?
To the west of that is another tarmac with about 10 stands in either west or east orientation. Is this where the commuter aircraft park? Do all airlines' commuter planes use these stands? Are some of them "reserved" or typically used by Air Caraibes, or is there mixed usage by airlines?
Then there is another building to the East of the main terminal. Architecturally, it looks like the main terminal. Is this the cargo area?
Then, on the south side of the runway is a series of buildings which look like the old terminal. Is that right? Which aircraft are parked in front of those buildings these days?
And then, to the West of the old building there seems to be a small base of the French Air Force? True? Are there any planes stationed there, or is it just for visiting traffic?
Final question: where do GA planes park?
Thanks for any clarifications!