PHOTO: Done deal

Thursday, January 11, 2018

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David Noel (third left) president and CEO, Scotia Group and Dr Rafael Echevarne, chief executive officer MBJ Airports Limited (third right) sign the loan agreement for US$40 million (J$5 billion) to facilitate expansion and renovation works for Sangster International Airport. The proposed works include resurfacing taxiways and aprons, extension of the runway and terminals, renovation of the ticketing, bathrooms and departure areas. Funds will also be extended to acquire equipment to clean the rubber from the runway and general improvement of areas to facilitate international safety rating standards. Sharing in the moment are (from left) SVP Corporate and Commercial, Scotia Group Craig Mair; Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett; Transport and Works Minister Mike Henry, and Julian Palmer, director of finance, MBJ Airports. Assisting with the signing are (standing from left) Scotia Group colleagues Hope McMillan-Canaan and Simone Hull, as well as Camille Royes, legal counsel, MBJ Airports. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)




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