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Winair: Air Antilles has announced today that all flights will resume as normal

By   /  August 31, 2021  /  Aviation, Business, Local News, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on Winair: Air Antilles has announced today that all flights will resume as normal

Simpson Bay, August 31, 2021 – Winair would like to inform its customer that Air Antilles has announced today that all flights will resume as normal. As per the release of Air Antilles the following was communicated: The responses provided to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) by our company on the evolution of […]

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Prime Minister Jacobs meets with Ballast Nedam International Projects CEO

By   /  August 30, 2021  /  Aviation, Business, Government, Transportation  /  Comments Off on Prime Minister Jacobs meets with Ballast Nedam International Projects CEO

On Wednesday, August 25, 2021, Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs held an introductory meeting with Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ballast Nedam International Projects B.V., Mr. Roy van Eijsden. Ballast Nedam International Projects B.V. (BNIP) was chosen as the General Contractor for the Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project and officially signed the agreement with PJIAE N.V. on […]

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Winair presented audited annual accounts for fiscal year 2020 during shareholder’s meeting

By   /  August 23, 2021  /  Aviation, Finance, Local News  /  Comments Off on Winair presented audited annual accounts for fiscal year 2020 during shareholder’s meeting

Simpson Bay –  On August 19th, 2021, Winair’s board conducted its annual general meeting of shareholders presenting the audited annual accounts for fiscal year 2020. The report was delivered with a clean or unqualified opinion by the auditors, indicative of the boards’ continued commitment for high quality and timely financial reporting. Present at this meeting […]

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PJIAE N.V. awards Ballast Nedam contract for “Package 2” SXM Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project

By   /  July 21, 2021  /  Aviation, Business, Local News, Tourism, Transportation  /  Comments Off on PJIAE N.V. awards Ballast Nedam contract for “Package 2” SXM Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project

Simpson Bay, St. Maarten (July 20, 2020) – Following a thorough selection process launched by the Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company (PJIAE N.V.), Ballast Nedam International Projects B.V. was selected as the general contractor for the St. Maarten Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project. This international contracting company has vast experience building large-scale and complex projects worldwide, including ports, hospitals, and […]

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CARIBAVIA will gather airlift stakeholders on St.Maarten

By   /  June 6, 2021  /  Aviation, Island Life, Transportation  /  Comments Off on CARIBAVIA will gather airlift stakeholders on St.Maarten

SIMPSON BAY — On June 15-17, the 5th annual Caribbean Aviation Meetup, CARIBAVIA for short, will be held on St.Maarten at the Simpson Bay Resort. It will be the third time that the conference is held in St.Maarten. In previous years, the event was also held in Dominica and The Bahamas. The CARIBAVIA conference is […]

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Acceleration of Implementation of Corporate Governance Improvement Plan Airport

By   /  June 3, 2021  /  Aviation, Business, Legal Matters  /  Comments Off on Acceleration of Implementation of Corporate Governance Improvement Plan Airport

On Wednesday, June 2, both the Princess Juliana International Airport Operating (PJIAE) and Holding Company (PJIAH) were invited to an information session as an introduction to the implementation of the Corporate Governance Improvement Plan for the Airport. The virtual sessions were opened by the Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs, who, while still in the Netherlands, emphasized […]

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Government committed to the continuity of the Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project

By   /  April 15, 2021  /  Aviation, Government, Labor, Legal Matters, Local News  /  Comments Off on Government committed to the continuity of the Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project

POND ISLAND — The Government of Sint Maarten remains committed to the continuity of the Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project. The internal changes within the Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company’s management staff (PJIAE NV) have no bearing on this commitment. This means that the project will continue according to the current financing agreement in place. […]

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SXM Airport launches second cost-reduction program

By   /  October 21, 2020  /  Aviation, Business  /  Comments Off on SXM Airport launches second cost-reduction program

~ PJIAE LAUNCHES SECOND COST-REDUCTION PROGRAM TO GUARANTEE BUSINESS CONTINUITY ~ As airlines have dramatically reduced flights to SXM due to the current pandemic, PJIAE Management is preparing its second cost reduction program in order to survive the COVID-19 crisis and guarantee its operations and business continuity. AIRPORT ROAD — While recovering from the financial […]

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St. Maarten prepares to welcome international passengers with rigorous screening steps at PJIA

By   /  August 3, 2020  /  Aviation, Health, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on St. Maarten prepares to welcome international passengers with rigorous screening steps at PJIA

SIMPSON BAY — As St. Maarten re-opens its borders to international travelers in the wake of the Corona Virus global pandemic, Minister of Public Health, Social Development & Labor (VSA), the honorable Richard Panneflek would like to remind all incoming traveler to Sint Maarten must complete the online Health Authorization Form via www.stmaartenentry.com no later […]

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Dutch St. Maarten Reopens To US Visitors, French St. Martin Remains Closed

By   /  August 3, 2020  /  Aviation, Island Life, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on Dutch St. Maarten Reopens To US Visitors, French St. Martin Remains Closed

GREAT BAY — St. Maarten continues with plans to reopen today, August 1st, to the U.S. Market. Considering this, a decision has been made by Madam Préfète Sylvie Feucher to close the French-Dutch Border as per July 31st, at noon. The French-Dutch internal borders are being controlled; however, for work and other medical reasons, persons […]

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