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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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Minister of TEATT Ludmila de Weever National Briefing on Commercial Business Closures

By   /  August 15, 2020  /  Business, Telecommunications, Tourism, Transportation  /  Comments Off on Minister of TEATT Ludmila de Weever National Briefing on Commercial Business Closures

 PHILIPSBURG — The following statements are taken from the Minister of TEATT’s special national briefing on Saturday, August 15, 2020, as part of the process to keep the community of St. Maarten informed about the latest developments in regards to commercial business closures as a precautionary measure to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 throughout the […]

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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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Successful re-opening during wake of COVID-19

By   /  August 3, 2020  /  Aviation, Health, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on Successful re-opening during wake of COVID-19

PHILIPSBURG — The Honorable Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor VSA Richard Panneflek proudly announced that St. Maarten successfully re-opened its borders to international travelers on Saturday 1st August 2020. All visitors were greeted by trained staff, who were tasked to perform temperature checks and verification of test results. Out of the 700 […]

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Travelers to St. Maarten must submit an online health authorization request

By   /  July 30, 2020  /  Aviation, Health, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on Travelers to St. Maarten must submit an online health authorization request

POND ISLAND — The Ministry of Health recently launched a website to streamline the process for visitors coming to St. Maarten to submit a mandatory health authorization application. “Travelers to St. Maarten must submit a health authorization request via www.stmaartenentry.com before being granted entry into St. Maarten,” confirmed Minister of Public Health, Social Development and […]

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Tourism Stakeholders to Receive Certified Customer Service Training

By   /  July 24, 2020  /  Tourism, Transportation  /  Comments Off on Tourism Stakeholders to Receive Certified Customer Service Training

PHILIPSBURG — The Ministry of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Traffic & Telecommunication (TEATT) along with the St. Maarten Tourism Bureau has organized, a Certified Customer Service and COVID-19 awareness training designed specifically for Taxi Drivers. The aim of these trainings is to equip our ‘Ambassadors’ with the tools to continue serving our diverse clientele as we […]

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Tropical Storm Gonzalo a Reminder to Review Boat Ready Hurricane Season Preparatory Plans

By   /  July 24, 2020  /  Public Service Announcements, Transportation, Weather  /  Comments Off on Tropical Storm Gonzalo a Reminder to Review Boat Ready Hurricane Season Preparatory Plans

The seventh named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season formed this week in the Atlantic Ocean east of the Caribbean island chain. It is a clear reminder once again that all have to be prepared.  According to forecasters, this is the earliest 7th named storm to form on record and is the first tropical […]

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Panneflek held evaluation discussions with key stakeholders involved in Saturday’s repatriation flight from Ft. Lauderdale

By   /  July 21, 2020  /  Aviation, COVID-19, Health, Local News, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on Panneflek held evaluation discussions with key stakeholders involved in Saturday’s repatriation flight from Ft. Lauderdale

Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor Panneflek: Dominican Republic repatriation flight today, 21 persons retested. POND ISLAND — Discussions were held with key stakeholders involved in Saturday’s repatriation flight from Ft. Lauderdale. Saturday’s flight provided the opportunity for a dry run of the reopening protocols that are being implemented For many countries, including […]

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Students & Residents to be Tested for COVID-19 at PJIA Airport (SXM)

By   /  July 18, 2020  /  Aviation, Local News, Tourism, Transportation, Travel  /  Comments Off on Students & Residents to be Tested for COVID-19 at PJIA Airport (SXM)

POND ISLAND — St. Maarten expects approximately 125 students and residents, to arrive from the US, on the island, via the repatriation flight schedule for Saturday, July 18, 2020. The repatriation flight, which will be conducted by Spirit Airlines, has been organized in collaboration with the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of TEATT and […]

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