January 30, 2012
Vernice Walkine, vice-president of marketing and communications at NAD.
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CONSTRUCTION work on stage three of the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) is 40 per cent complete, with more than $12.8 million having been injected into the Bahamian economy through the procurement of local services.
The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) has appointed Vernice Walkine as its first Bahamian chief executive, with effect from March 2013.
A senior Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) executive yesterday said the airport operator expects rival carriers will “fill the breach” and pick up the 10 per cent market share being relinquished by Spirit Airlines on its Nassau-Fort Lauderdale route.
THE Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) said yesterday that it was holding a “strong position”, a recent customer satisfaction survey giving it a score of 4.05 out of 5.
NASSAU Airport Development Company (NAD) executives and major tourism stakeholders are actively targeting key carriers as part of a strategy to create additional airlift, in a bid to support the expanded hotel room inventory set to come on stream within the next two years via the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project.
HOTEL and airport executives yesterday reported minimal fall-out from the strike initiated by Customs and Immigration officers during the Easter holiday weekend, with Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) processing some 37,000 travellers.
REPORTS of excessive flight delays at the Lynden Pindling International Airport yesterday were downplayed by officials of the Nassau Airport Development company. Vernice Walkine, vice-president of marketing and communications at NAD, denied the reports, contending that it was