Tag: Fly Montserrat
The Government of Montserrat will be reviewing the report from Air Safety Support International (ASSI) on the September 2019 Fly Montserrat incident. Colin Fergus, Permanent
The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has released the report into the incident involving a Britten Norman Islander aircraft (Registration VP-MNI) operated by Fly
To further reduce the island’s risk of exposure to COVID-19, the ferry will discontinue regular service between Montserrat and Antigua after the Saturday night service.
As the peak travel season has begun, the Access Division, Office of the Premier is informing the traveling public of the following: 1. The March
UPDATE ….Governor Pearce speaks on the safety measures put in place for airlines to fly in and out in wet runway conditions. https://montserratradioecho.wordpress.com/2020/02/27/thursday-february-27-2020-basil-in-conversation-with-governor-h-e-andrew-pearce-regarding-airport-closure-issue/ ZJB Radio
Travellers and airline officials expressed their frustrations Tuesday regarding the ongoing challenges of flights being unable to operate once it is raining on island. The
The Government of Montserrat has made a number of access arrangements for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Festival, as part of efforts to ensure the Festival