What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

October 8-15 1) Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) has been divested to Mexican entity, Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico (GAP) in a 25 year concession deal that will see GAP modernizing the airport to the tune of USD $110 mil. The Government will receive an undisclosed guaranteed percentage of the profits, and GAP has an additional … Continue reading What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

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What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

October 1-8 1) The Jamaica National Heritage Trust has designated the beautiful Blue Lagoon in Portland a national monument, making it a protected and preserved space for all Jamaicans. The Lagoon, immortalized by the film of the same name, and a renowned haunt of the jet-set since the days of Errol Flynn & Ian Fleming, … Continue reading What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

What We Learned This Week In Jamaica

September 25 - October 1 1) It was a very successful week for the JCF as finding guns go, with over 25 firearms recovered in St James, Kingston, St Catherine & Westmoreland during several operations to complement the enhanced security measures in those areas. WWLTW wishes them every success in this endeavour, and wishes the … Continue reading What We Learned This Week In Jamaica