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Source: The Daily Herald
02 Aug 2022 11:59 PM

Ban On Dominican Airlines Retracted, Winair To Apply For Required Permit

An emergency meeting was held Tuesday between acting TEATT Minister Omar Ottley (centre), TEATT Ministry Secretary General Miguel De Weever (far left), director of St. Maarten Civil Aviation Authority Louis Halley (second from left), and Patrice Gumbs and Rogelio Voges from the Department of Foreign Affairs (second from the right and far right).

PHILIPSBURG--Windward Islands Airways International NV WINAIR is allowed to continue to fly to the Dominican Republic Read more


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Source: The Daily Herald
21 Mar 2022 10:22 AM

Licence Revoked For Helicopters Linked To Russian-Owned Yachts

The motor yacht Solaris linked to Russian oligarch and politician Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich, is seen in the waters of Porto Montenegro in Tivat, Montenegro, March 12, 2022. (REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic photo)

PHILIPSBURG--Aviation and Shipping Department head Louis Halley has revoked the licence for helicopter flights issued to Isle of Man firm Luviair Limited in October Read more


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Source: The Daily Herald
21 Mar 2022 01:30 AM

Licence Revoked For Helicopters Linked To Russian-Owned Yachts

The motor yacht Solaris linked to Russian oligarch and politician Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich, is seen in the waters of Porto Montenegro in Tivat, Montenegro, March 12, 2022. (REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic photo)


PHILIPSBURG--Aviation and Shipping Department head Louis Halley has revoked the licence for helicopter flights issued to Isle of Man firm Luviair Limited in October Read more


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Source: 721 News
12 Apr 2019 01:51 PM

St Maarten Removed From Iasa List

PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten — St Maarten was recently removed from the International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) list on which it was previously listed as a Category 2 (CAT 2) Country. St Maarten’s removal is based on their being no current St Maarten airline servicing any United States destination, neither has there been a codeshare agreement with any US carrier and a St Maarten airline for 4 years.

It is standard under such conditions for the International program and policy division of the Federal Aviation Administration FAA of the United States Department of Transportation to remove countries from the list, whether they are CAT 1 or CAT 2 Read more


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Source: SMN-News
01 Feb 2017 02:04 PM

Meeting to discuss Insel Air Scheduled.

PHILIPSBURG: --- Minister of Justice Raphael Boasman told members of the media that after holding meetings with Chief of Police Carl John and Chief Prosecutor Ton Maan they have decided to put a plan of action to deal with the ongoing situation at the prison. Without divulging information the Minister said that there will be more actions taken which will show in the near future that actions are being taken to better manage the prison system. He stressed that the raid that took place on Tuesday with the involvement of the marines are one of those actions Read more


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Source: SMN-News
16 Mar 2016 05:03 PM

Smmta Informs Boaters About Anchoring In Maho Bay.

PHILIPSBURG:--- The St. Maarten Marine Trades Association (SMMTA) is working with the Sint Maarten Civil Aviation Authority to make sure that boaters are aware that there have been many complaints from concerned stakeholders about vessels with high masts mooring just outside of the yellow buoys in Maho Bay to observe the landing aircraft at the Princess Julianna International Airport.
The Civil Aviation Authority is concerned because sailboats’ masts are posing a hindrance to landing aircraft on runway 10 and the Department of Civil Aviation, Shipping and Maritime Affairs has on several occasions had to call the Coast Guard to escort vessels from the area in question.
While vessels are currently allowed to navigate and anchor outside of the yellow buoys in Maho Bay, the Civil Aviation Authority would like boaters’ cooperation in staying clear of the approach area for airplanes landing at Princess Julianna Airport, especially if they are sailboats because of the potential danger their masts pose to the aircraft Read more


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Source: 721 News
06 Mar 2016 11:56 PM

Us Coast Guard Conducts Port Assessment On Isps

PHILIPSBURG – Over the course of three days, February 22-25, St. Maarten underwent another bi-annual Country Assessment.

Two facilities were assessed, namely, the A.C. Wathey Cruise & Cargo Facilities and Chevron Bulk Station. The facilities were found to be in satisfactory compliance and no major non-conformities were found. There were some recommendations made, which the local International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) Committee will be working diligently to implement in order to correct the non-conformities and increase the level of compliance.

International Port Security Liaison Officers (IPSLO) Steven J Read more


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Source: SMN-News
17 Sep 2015 06:22 AM
style="text-align: center;">Involved in Sabotage with new airline --- Three Wise Men Fired.

PHILIPSBURG:--- Three senior employees of WINAIR namely its chief pilot Jeff Oliver, Chief of Operations Elvis Quealy and Chief of Security Michel Carter were suspended last week after management of WINAIR found out that they have been consulting with the persons that are involved in establishing a new Airline called St Read more


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Source: SMN-News
16 Sep 2015 06:22 AM

EXCLUSIVE: Three of WINAIR Senior Employees Suspended.

style="text-align: center;">Involved in Sabotage with new airline.

PHILIPSBURG:--- Three senior employees of WINAIR namely its chief pilot Jeff Oliver, Chief of Operations Elvis Quealy and Chief of Security Michel Carter were suspended last week after management of WINAIR found out that they have been consulting with the persons that are involved in establishing a new Airline called St Read more


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Source: Today SXM
18 Mar 2015 07:09 PM

Ava Airways Representatives Meet With St. Maarten Civil Aviation

GREATBAY –  “St. Maarten needs airlift. The island cannot be dependent upon North American traffic anymore…” This is according to Olivier Arrindell, Chairman of AVA Airways.

Recently  Arrindell and The President of AVA Airways Giovanni Atalita presented AVA Airways plans to the Ministry of Transportation, Civil Aviation and Economic Development, “One of our main objectives is to learn from the past and to propose a bold new direction for commercial aviation in St. Maarten Read more


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Source: SMN-News
13 Mar 2015 06:23 AM
>PHILIPSBURG:---  St. Maarten needs airlift. The island cannot be dependent upon North American traffic anymore..." This is according to Olivier Arrindell, Chairman of AVA Airways.
Recently Mr. Arrindell and The President of AVA Airways Mr. Giovanni Atalita presented AVA Airways plans to the Ministry of Transportation, Civil Aviation and Economic Development, "One of our main objectives is to learn from the past and to propose a bold new direction for commercial aviation in St. Maarten Read more

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Source: SMN-News
27 Jan 2015 06:23 AM
>GREAT BAY (DCOMM):--- Representatives from the Ministry of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunications (Ministry TEATT) namely, Louis Halley, Head of Civil Aviation, Claudius Carty, Acting Section Head of Shipping and Inspection, and Secretary General Miguel De Weever, met with the Council of Ministers (COM) recently to brief the council with respect to the current state of affairs of both departments.

The presentation provided an update on the Category 1 and 2 statuses related to the country's aviation sector Read more


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Source: Today SXM
18 Nov 2014 12:12 AM

British Airways And Virgin Atlantic Still Interested To Service St. Maarten

St. Maarten – British Airways and Virgin Atlantic are among airlines still considering service to the Princess Juliana International Airport for a double stop as they prepare their schedules for 2015. This was disclosed following the recent World Routes Conference in Chicago.

A St. Maarten delegation attended the conference. The delegation included Ludwig Ouenniche, head of the cabinet at Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication, the airport’s managing director Regina Labega and Louis Halley, head of the St Read more


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Source: The Daily Herald
17 Nov 2014 06:22 AM

Tourism stakeholders: encouraging airline talks at Chicago World Routes Conference

AIRPORT--A delegation of tourism stakeholders including Princess Juliana International Airport SXM Managing Director Regina LaBega held talks with a variety of airline representatives during the World Routes Conference held in Chicago, late September. An SXM Airport press release last night quoted LaBega in describing the talks as "quite encouraging in terms of airlift."

British Airways (BA) and Virgin Atlantic are notably amongst airlines still considering service to SXM Airport for a double stop with another destination as they prepare schedules for 2015.

The St Read more


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Source: The Daily Herald
12 Nov 2014 06:22 AM

Human remains and personal items found at plane crash site

SIMPSON BAY--The search and rescue team looking for Rigoberto Lopez Colon, the pilot who has been missing since the Skyways aircraft crashed into the sea, have found two bone fragments believed to be part of the missing pilot's spine, Civil Aviation and Maritime Authority head Louis Halley told The Daily Herald on Tuesday.

The pieces of bone were found on Monday near the search site where the wreckage of the aircraft had been located, and a watch, clothing, including pants, and identification belonging to Lopez were found nearby Read more


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Source: The Daily Herald
10 Nov 2014 06:22 AM

Aircraft wreckage located, pilot’s body not in cockpit

PHILIPSBURG--The Daily Herald understands that although the remains of the cockpit of the crashed Skyways aircraft have been located, the missing pilot and his seat were not found inside.

The wreckage of the missing Skyways plane was located by the search and rescue team in cooperation with the Coast Guard off the coast of St. Maarten on Sunday at a depth of some 75 feet.

Civil Aviation and Maritime Department head Louis Halley confirmed the find of the wreckage during a press conference held together with Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication Ted Richardson, Secretary-General Miguel De Weever and members of the search and rescue team.

Search efforts continued on Sunday and will continue today, Monday Read more


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Source: SMN-News
27 Aug 2014 11:17 AM

Former Democratic Party Number Three Candidate Louis Halley Urges Supporters to Vote Number One on DP Slate.

style="text-align: center;">"Vote for stability and not for political gimmickry and bandwagoneering"

PHILIPSBURG:--- Previous number three candidate on the Democratic Party Slate popular Simpson Bay resident Louis Halley is urging his supporters and the people of St Read more


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