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Abaco airport not fully functional

DESPITE its official opening more than two weeks ago, the new airport at Marsh Harbour is not fully functional, Transport and Aviation Minister Glenys-Hanna Martin revealed yesterday.

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Minister responds over pilotage safety claims

FREEPORT – Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin has responded to claims made by an official at the International Maritime Pilots’s Association concerning the safety of pilotage in the Bahamas. She says the country has a remarkable maritime safety record overall.

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Pilot dispute 'monitored'

THE BAHAMAS government is closely monitoring the ongoing industrial dispute between the Bahamas Maritime Pilots Association, The Freeport Harbour Company and the Bahamas Oil Refining Company, Transport and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna Martin said yesterday.

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Bid to revitalise surrey horse brand

MODERNISED communication networks are at the centre of the Cab Board’s thrust to boost enforcement and revitalise the surrey horse industry and brand, officials announced yesterday.

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Oil transfer regulations 'to bring in new revenue'

FREEPORT – The implementation of lightering regulations in the Bahamas will create a new stream of revenue for the government according to Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin.

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Minister: Govt not at fault over cruise ships' inability to dock

TRANSPORT and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin yesterday insisted that the government was not at fault for the inability of three large cruise ships to dock in Nassau harbour last Monday.

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No opening for Marsh Harbour Airport this year

THE new Marsh Harbour International Airport will not open this year, Transport and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin confirmed yesterday.

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Equipment malfunction causes Mayaguana airport delay

THE runway at Mayaguana airport is in its final phase of construction but is currently delayed because of an equipment malfunction and subsequently a part having to be purchased, Transport and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin said yesterday.

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A year on and government still in talks on jitney reform

ONE year on since the renewed promise to reform public transportation, the government is still in talks with jitney owners over the impending unified bus system.

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Rates to rise amid reforms of surrey industry

LONG sought-after rate increases for horse and carriage drivers are finally on the horizon, according to Transport Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin.

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Move to take back control of airspace

FREEPORT – Transport and Aviation Minister Glenys Hanna-Martin said government will soon move to negotiate an arrangement that will see the US government hand over management of the country’s airspace.

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Permanent solar lights purchased for Mayaguana Airport

PERMANENT solar lights have been purchased for the Mayaguana Airport, Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin announced yesterday.

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Workshop to enhance security of sea borders

Minister of Transport and Aviation Glennys Hanna-Martin opened the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code workshop at the Prince George Dock Port Department this week.


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