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Big Money Investment Should Prevent Future Airspace Closure

Big Money Investment Should Prevent Future Airspace Closure


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Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- Big Money Investment Should Prevent Future Airspace Closure: The Jamaican Government is working tirelessly to prevent the closure of its airspace in the future after hoping to invest J$3.5 billion by 2020. The Minister of Transport and Mining Mike Henry has stated that issues at the Norman Manley International Airport have been resolved and are complete. This has come just days after the Jamaica Civil Aviation Agency (JCAA) noted that lightning had struck and damaged a radar communication system resulting in the shutdown of our airspace.He further stated that the Donald Sangster International Airport will have its issues resolved by the end of the year latest and will also have a backup system for the Kingston Centre. He also stated that the Kingston Centre will have a backup system at Winchester Road. He believes it is a wise investment as it means the safety and pride of the aviation industry.

He further stated that the Donald Sangster International Airport will have its issues resolved by the end of the year latest and will also have a backup system for the Kingston Centre. He also stated that the Kingston Centre will have a backup system at Winchester Road. He believes it is a wise investment as it means the safety and pride of the aviation industry.

Airspace activity should be fully restored at this time.Opposition Spokesman Mikael Phillips had urged JCAA to investigate and provide a detailed explanation for the closure of Jamaica’s airspace closure.

The minister is working to provide a detailed report as soon as information comes to knowledge.

 

UPDATE ON THE NEW SYSTEM

JCAA chairman Phillip Henriques explained that the new air traffic control system was about to change over. He pointed out that the new system was just back up while the old system is being restored.

Henriques says JCAA is relying on a technical team to provide limited air traffic services as he apologized for the partial closure of the airspace. He says that all air traffic controllers should be fully trained to operate the new system by early October.

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