Airport Service Advisory (Update # 4)

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Airport Service Advisory (Update # 4)
Hewanorra International Airport. * SLASPA photo
Hewanorra International Airport. * SLASPA photo

Castries – Thursday, December 26, 2013 –  The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA),  is pleased to advise that as of 3:00 pm today December 26, 2013, the Hewanorra International Airport was reopened and safely accommodated the landing of Condor 4258 and JetBlue 881.

The departure of Condor 4259 and JetBlue 882 was also safely facilitated, processing a total of 460  passengers.

This facilitation was possible through the efforts of the Airport Crews who have worked tirelessly for the past twenty-four hours to clear the debris off the runway and have the terminal ready to receive passengers. In addition, the entire Airport community inclusive of the Airlines, Customs, Immigration worked together to ensure the efficient processing of passengers through the terminal.

Despite this current status, SLASPA’s previous advice is still in effect. Passengers are therefore reminded to contact their respective airlines to check the status of their flights.

Persons and service providers coming to meet or drop off passengers are asked contact their party to obtain the status of their flight before traveling to the airport.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I am sorry to hear about this disaster which caused the island loss, but Priminister, it is time to update the Airport where many jets fly back and forth.

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  2. Most flights were still cancelled today. Phones, fuel pumps and booking systems down at the airport and airline information very vague and contradictory. Staff seem to be doing their best but don't have allot of options.

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    • hi there,
      I was supposed to be flying out yesterday the 26th of December to Hewanorra and staying for 2 weeks at le Sport Caribblue Beach... do you think its ok to travel there.. are the roads passable of what is the general state of affairs.. Tks and hope everyone ok and as safe as they can be during this time

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