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May 04, 2012
LPIA Radar Should be Fixed Today

Operations at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) are reportedly back to normal, despite its radar being down for maintenance. Shonalee Johnson, communications manager at the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD), told Guardian Business that flights at LPIA have not experienced major delays. Earlier this week, significant delays were reported as the radar undergoes major repairs.

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February 25, 2011
LPIA phase onegrand unveiling today

Just one year after the Lynden Pindling International Airport was rated among the worst in the world by a leading international magazine, officials are preparing to unveil phase one of the multi-million-dollar redevelopment project with a grand opening scheduled for today.
The day has been long
anticipated for a facility that has been the subject of ridicule and criticism for years.
Last year Febr...

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February 22, 2015
Airport efficiency, clean terminals and staff courtesy boost final quarter ASQ scores for LPIA

Wait times matter for passengers traveling through Lynden Pindling International Airport.

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February 06, 2015
10k drug bust at LPIA

Police confiscated a bag containing $10,000 worth of marijuana at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) on Thursday afternoon.

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January 13, 2011
Cat Island Air removed from LPIA

Outstanding fees owed to the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) may be the possible reason leading to Cat Island Airís eviction from the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) -- several sources have revealed to Guardian Business-- with the future of the airlineís operation uncertain.

ďIím really not familiar with the issue [but] I know that there were some NAD fees that were outsta...

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April 24, 2012
LPIA tackles decades-old oil spill

Major oil and gas companies are working side-by-side with contractors in the $409 million airport expansion project to clean up an oil spill that started two decades ago.
A defective fuel hydrant system installed in the early 1990s, when a new U.S. departures terminal was built, has gushed more than 50,000 gallons of oil into the ground over many years, according to Deangelo Stuart, the environmen...

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April 13, 2012
Customs, immigration resume demonstration at LPIA

More than 100 customs and immigration officers protested again outside the arrivals terminal at Lynden Pindling International (LPIA) Airport yesterday, pressing their demands for the government to resolve outstanding labor issues.
The officers, who are members of the Bahamas Customs Immigration and Allied Workers Union (BCIAWU), have been protesting since last week Thursday.
Yesterday was the seco...

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November 28, 2014
More delays at LPIA

Despite immigration officials indicating that the number of officers scheduled reported for work at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) yesterday, several visitors and personnel at the airport complained of long delays for a second straight day.
A disabled West Palm Beach visitor, who identified herself as Mrs. Davis, said it was "terrible" standing in line for several hours.
Davis and he...

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January 05, 2011
Airline head wary of LPIA fee increases

With fee changes at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) now in effect, a local airline executive is concerned about how domestic operators will have to modify their budgets to incorporate the rise.
President of SkyBahamas Randy Butler told Guardian Business yesterday that airlines that can’t absorb the fee increases may have to cut costs in major areas in order to meet their mon...

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April 03, 2012
Further LPIA industrial action 'catastrophic'

Canceled flights, thousands of dollars in lost revenue and frustrated travelers could be the outlook for this upcoming Easter holiday weekend if executives of Bahamas Air Traffic Controllers Union (BATCU) and the government do not come to an agreement on working conditions.
Captain Randy Butler, CEO at SkyBahamas, confirmed to Guardian Business that if airport workers take industrial action this w...

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