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Bahamas - Chairman of the Board of Nassau
Airport Development Company (NAD), Anthony McKinney, today announced the
appointment of Vernice Walkine to the position of President and CEO, expected
to take effect in March of 2013, and thanked outgoing CEO, Stewart Steeves, for his significant contributions
over the past six years.
was Vernice the first Bahamian executive on the team in her role as Vice
President of Marketing and Commercial Development, she is the first woman to
have the top job at our airport," said McKinney. "Vernice joined NAD two years
Nassau, Bahamas - Chairman of the Board of Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD), Anthony McKinney, today announced the appointment of Vernice Walkine to the position of President and CEO, expected to take effect in March of 2013, and thanked outgoing CEO, Stewart Steeves, for his significant contributions over the past six years.
Vancouver Airport Services delivers on its mandate to add Bahamian talent to the executive ranks Nassau, Bahamas -- NAD's President & CEO, Mr. Stewart Steeves, today announced the appointment of Mr. Kevin McDonald to the position of Vice President of Maintenance & Engineering, effective January 1st, 2012.
By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
REVOLUTIONARY in its design, construction and services , the first stage of the $409.5 million redevelopment project at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) is expected to "go live" by March 2 next year.
Executives at the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) announced that travellers and visitors could expect to enjoy innovative features like grade separation for incoming passengers, barrier-free access, and a state-of-the-art pre-clearance baggage system early next year.
Stewart Steeves, president and CEO of NAD said: "We really believe this will be a best in class airport for the number ...
Phase one of the multi-million-dollar Lynden Pindling International Airport redevelopment project is about 80 percent complete, according to Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) President and CEO Stewart Steeves, who added that the new U.S. departures terminal is scheduled to open on March 2.
So far Steeves said the project is on schedule and under budget. To date, $198 million has been pumped into the project.
He added that the terminal's construction is coming along well.
"We really believe that this will be a best-in-class airport for the number of passengers that it will handle," said Steeves, who took the media on tour of the site yesterday.
"It's a U.S. departur ...
Nassau, Bahamas --
Airport officials hope to hit a high note with passengers and Bahamian
entertainers with the introduction of a
summer performance series in the new US Departures terminal at Lynden Pindling International Airport.
week, Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) issued an appeal to
local artists from magicians to musicians to submit profiles and demos
for consideration. Successful entertainers will be scheduled to perform
during weekends in the peak traffic season between
July 2- September 4...
THE RT. HON. HUBERT A. INGRAHAM, MP
PRIME MINISTER OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
CONTRACT SIGNING CEREMONY FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF THE MARSH HARBOUR AIRPORT TERMINAL BUILDING,
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER & FIRE/CRASH RESCUE FACILITY
THURSDAY, 1st September, 2011
ABACO, THE BAHAMAS
Nassau, Bahamas - Today,
Vernice Walkine (left) officially assumes the role of President &
CEO at Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD). She is the first
Bahamian to be appointed to this role at the airport management company
formed six years ago to redevelop Lynden Pindling International Airport
A veteran in the tourism industry, Walkine joined NAD in
November 2010 as Vice President of Marketing & Communications to
lead the company's air service development and corporate communications...
Her portfolio later expanded to include Commercial Development...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) has spent $53 million with Bahamian service providers, inclusive of $46.5 million in construction contracts for the first phase of the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) redevelopment, the Airport Authority's chairman saying yesterday that the facility would become a "strategic asset" for generating economic growth.
Frank Watson, the former deputy prime minister, told the Rotary Club of West Nassau that when the three-phase LPIA redevelopment was completed by end-2013, the airport would "be able to accommodate 5.2 million passengers, almost double the current passenger capacity" on ...