SINT MAARTEN AIRPORT OPENS TEMPORARY DEPARTURES HALL AS HURRICANE REPAIRS TO OLD TERMINAL CONTINUE

PRINCESS Juliana International Airport, the Sint Maarten-based north-east Caribbean hub, which suffered heavy damage from last September’s Hurricane Irma, has opened an air-conditioned temporary departures pavilion. A temporary arrivals pavilion maybe open by April, as repairs to the airport’s permanent terminal interior, seriously flooded by Irma, continue. These l involve demolishing and replacing many interior walls and units. No formal date for reopening the old terminal has been released. The temporary departures building has 8,000 square feet inside ...


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