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SXM Airport Sponsors Claudette Alexander

Written by Thursday, 26 February 2015 21:02

SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten — Thanks in part to the sponsorship of the Princess Juliana International Airport, SXM, Claudette Alexander, perhaps the island's only female aviation mechanic, will be attending a conference organized by Women in Aviation International (WAI) from March 5 – 7 in Dallas, Texas.

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao - Airlines and passengers are currently taxed and charged disproportionately by governments which cause ticket prices to rise resulting consequently in a decrease in the number of 'arrivals'.

SOUTHLAKE, Texas - Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading technology provider to the global travel and tourism industry, today announced the launch of three new, powerful data-driven, personalization solutions, further solidifying the company's role as a leader in shaping the future of the airline industry.

MEXICO CITY -- One of Europe's leading carriers, Italy-based Alitalia, has selected Sabre technology to help drive its newly announced "Reinventing Alitalia" modernization program.

SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten — The Princess Juliana International Airport, SXM, remains firmly on the radar of various airlines with several carriers stating that they are very pleased with the airport.

InselAir tackles growing drug transhipment trend

Written by Tuesday, 17 February 2015 18:32

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Seemingly, persons have been using luggage of passengers traveling onboard InselAir flights as means of transporting drugs from Curacao to St. Maarten.

SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten — The possibility of an Open Skies agreement and the establishment of a USA Pre-Clearance at SXM Airport, were among the issues discussed by the St. Maarten delegation to the Routes Americas 2015 Conference, held recently in Denver, Colorado.

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Three persons were arrested on Sunday February 15th by police at the Princess Juliana International Airport after two of them tried to enter the island illegally using false travel documents.

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao - Progress aimed at the upgrading of Curacao's Civil Aviation to category 1 is moving slowly.

SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten - The Princess Juliana International Airport, SXM, has concluded the remaining three contracts concerning the multi-million dollar renovation works of its cargo building, and all is now clear for construction to take off.